Here’s another one of my funny little doodles…
This week’s poem is There was in cranes. I hope you enjoy it! There was in cranes. by Jay … Continue Reading The Monday Poem – There was in cranes.
There is no world ended by André Masson
The Detained of Release Comes In
This week’s poem is Louis Aragon’s I’ll Reinvent the Rose for You. I hope you enjoy it…
at the edge of a forest
whose trees are slender ideas
and each leaf a thought at bay
Whenever I discuss his films with other people, they always say that this is their least favourite. Or worse, they just haven’t seen it!
by Oscar Wilde
(To Sarah Bernhardt)
This week’s Sunday Song is Marilyn Manson’s The Fight Song. I hope you enjoyed it!
I love it when those brothers do silly and this film is certainly that. Their ability to make Brad Pitt seem like a youngster is also far more impressive than anything achieved by Benjamin Button.
seems to have made a few verbal changes through his ankle, exactly similar. Re-settling them on an unquestioning pair of shoulders, … Continue Reading Martin – A Fluxus Style Chance Poem
A short clip featuring German artist Joseph Beuys in which he talks about his art and his then exhibition in London. Beyus was associated with the Fluxus Movement in the 1960s and was a painter, sculpture, musician, performance artist and philosopher. He is regarded as one of the most influential artist of the 20th Century.
Every day he could see the ancient trees that were taller than ebony or mahogany, and the gleaming of enormous orchids upon their matted creepers.
Elf bonus at the end!