...to stand on the meeting of two eternities, the past and future, which is precisely the present moment; to toe that line. -H D Thoreau

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be
to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. -
T. S. Eliot

25.5.12







These are the eyes of a maché Minotaur mask.
This is all that is left.

Thoughts have been too wiley to capture. I need a larger net.
Here are a few of the smaller ones that fell for the booby trap.

I no longer assume.
(not just an interesting idea)

In this dream, I am driving in traffic. I climb in the back seat to get a better view of what just went past, a wider view of what is going on. In back I can neither steer nor break, I’m totally out of control. …  and …  everything is okay, it works out on its own just fine.
The mind is so very loud when it is silent.

Using a needle with an eye as big as a camel.

I like the metaphor Ship of Fools. I like the real life objective of singling out individuals that are less desirable, and give them the honor of a one-way ticket out of the harbor. They’d land on another shore … where eventually they be rounded up again to embark on another voyage somewhere else. Those must have been the most interesting of happenings.

9 comments:

  1. Oh Yes! I've Had A Similar Car-Dreams Myself.I Know I'm Still Driving (+in control)But Wonder "how".
    (p.s. I just got back from the harbor!)

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  2. I imagine my leg sticking out of the window knocking over telegraph poles...really...your ship of fools sounds like our illegal refugee policy

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  3. larger net or finer mesh
    sometimes the best thoughts
    are
    quite
    small

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  4. Since in real-life it seems I;m always in the "passenger seat", perhaps it is no surorise I seldom have dreams of driving.But I DO have "driven" dreams: sometimes an inantimate OBJECT is at the wheel: a whirring fan, or a bolt of lightning... (!)
    Its nice to be here,Jayne.I love your (verrry visual) Blog, cousin. :)

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  5. I can just imagine the size of that needle...
    thanks for the kind words.. xx's

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  6. sight(life) seeing

    as it is
    not in human control

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  7. Hi Jayne...wonderful luck that you commented on my blog and led me here...is it paradise?
    I am intrigued by your work (I was snooping around here and your other book blog)
    So unique and wonderful...and the words!
    Everything is better with quotes and quips...
    Pure magic :)
    ♥♥♥

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