Ezra Pound had to be the most depressed person who ever got famous. Talk about a downer, wow. However, since today’s Daily Downer is the perfect opportunity to present this super depressing poem by Ezra Pound — and Garry’s picture… Read More ›
Month: July 2015
A PHOTO A WEEK CHALLENGE: RECORDING HISTORY In one way or another, every picture we take records history, capturing a moment that will never be repeated. Garry’s parents wedding, 1941. Photographer unknown, moments caught forever.
Ignoring the minor detail that they aren’t words, but semi-English local dialect, “shoulda” “coulda” “woulda” perfectly describe the essence of the rapidly disappearing subjunctive tense — or as some modern grammarians prefer it, mood. All romance languages lavishly employ the subjunctive because it lets a… Read More ›
SERENDIPITY PHOTO PROMPT 2015 #16 – MID SUMMER IN A VERY SMALL TOWN It’s Frisbee Wednesday again. How time flies! Last time I looked, it was barely spring. Then whoosh, summertime. Now, summer is beginning to wind down. The flowers… Read More ›
Sometime during the night between yesterday and today, my total views passed 300,000. That is an incomprehensibly big number. I never imagined having this many people look at my site when I started blogging. I began Serendipity without thought and no plan. Or objective…. Read More ›