We speak in reeds....

May 14
May 14

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Expand:  To become widely opened, spread apart, dilated,  distended, or enlarged; as, flowers expand in the spring; metals expand  by heat; the heart expands with joy.
Apr 22

Expand:  To become widely opened, spread apart, dilated, distended, or enlarged; as, flowers expand in the spring; metals expand by heat; the heart expands with joy.

Mar 31

The soundtrack to my life….part 1

trans·po·si·tion
–noun 1. an act of transposing.2. the state of being transposed. 3. a transposed  form of something. 4. Genetics . the movement of a gene or set of genes from one dna site to another.  5. Photography . the process of reversing the tonality of an image, as from negative to positive. 6. Mathematics . a permutation of a set of elements that interchanges two elements and leaves the remaining elements in their original positions.
Mar 31

trans·po·si·tion

–noun 1. an act of transposing.
2. the state of being transposed.
3. a transposed  form of something.
4. Genetics . the movement of a gene or set of genes from one dna site to another. 
5. Photography . the process of reversing the tonality of an image, as from negative to positive.
6. Mathematics . a permutation of a set of elements that interchanges two elements and leaves the remaining elements in their original positions.

The last thing I wanna do right now is read your stupid poetry, Why can’t you just tell me what you really wanna say?
Mar 28

The last thing I wanna do right now is read your stupid poetry,

Why can’t you just tell me what you really wanna say?

To whom shall I hire myself out? 
What beast must I adore? 
What holy image is attacked? 
What hearts shall I break? 
What lies shall I maintain? 
In whose blood tread?
Mar 19

To whom shall I hire myself out? 

What beast must I adore? 

What holy image is attacked? 

What hearts shall I break? 

What lies shall I maintain? 

In whose blood tread?

met·a·phys·ics   [met-uh-fiz-iks]
–noun ( used with a singular verb ) 
the branch of philosophy that treats of first principles, includes ontology and cosmology, and is intimately connected with epistemology.
philosophy, especially in its more abstruse branches.
the underlying theoretical principles of a subject or field of inquiry.
a treatise (4th century b.c.) by Aristotle, dealing with first principles, the relation of universals to particulars, and the teleological doctrine of causation.
see also existentialism, nihilism, enlightenment and perhaps even transcendentalism
Mar 17

met·a·phys·ics  [met-uh-fiz-iks]

–noun ( used with a singular verb )

  1. the branch of philosophy that treats of first principles, includes ontology and cosmology, and is intimately connected with epistemology.
  2. philosophy, especially in its more abstruse branches.
  3. the underlying theoretical principles of a subject or field of inquiry.
  4. a treatise (4th century b.c.) by Aristotle, dealing with first principles, the relation of universals to particulars, and the teleological doctrine of causation.

But the hearts that once adored me Have long forgot their vow; And the friends that mustered round me Have all foresaken now …  And in the heath on mountains far From human eye and human care, With thoughtful heart and tearful eye I sadly watched that solemn sky.
Mar 16

But the hearts that once adored me
Have long forgot their vow;
And the friends that mustered round me
Have all foresaken now …

And in the heath on mountains far
From human eye and human care,
With thoughtful heart and tearful eye
I sadly watched that solemn sky.

"I dreamt you were Athena…" William Hartley
Mar 14

"I dreamt you were Athena…" William Hartley