Saturday, April 30, 2016

What Fresh Hell



Aberrations from daze past.


What I find most curious is the working man’s lust for the Donald and contempt for Bernie. 
The visuals are enough for a discerning man to see.

“God has given them a spirit of stupor,
eyes that they should not see and
ears that they should not hear....”
Romans 11:8

And the people preferred false prophets with more positive messages

Saturday, April 23, 2016

What Fresh Hell 42316

Not In Side the Orangedale Baptist Church.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Wednesday 4-20-16






Orangedale, Fl. Baptist Chruch.  2016

Monday, April 18, 2016

An illustrated Bob Dylan




Now the fifth daughter, on the twelfth night,
Told the first father, that things weren't right
My complexion, she said, is much too white:
He said come here and step into the light; 
he says hmmm, you're right.
Let me tell second mother this has been done.
But the second mother was with the seventh son,
And they were both out on Highway 61.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Sunday 4/17/16




I’m rather sure it was Steven king who said that Steinbeck mentioned to Faulkner, that when he wrote it was as though he were writing to his sister.
So here I am to writing to the walking intelliwench.  P.L.E.A.S.E. please, do not take offence to this.  You two writers, read my stuff.  That is a compliment. Thank you.
 Here are some of the rules of writing, I find give me the most pause:
Proofread carefully to see if you any words out. ~Author Unknown
A metaphor is like a simile. ~Author Unknown
I love being a writer. What I can't stand is the paperwork. ~Peter De Vries
Write down the thoughts of the moment. Those that come unsought for are commonly the most valuable. ~Francis Bacon
Creative literature  -- unconcerned with sex, is inconceivable. Gertrude Stein
Be obscure clearly. ~E.B. White
The purpose of literature is to turn blood into ink. ~T.S. Eliot

And now I feel compelled to add a photograph. After all this is an illustrated manuscript.
Let’s see now “blood into ink,” yeah, that’s the ticket.

 Considered a very feminine flower and so is usually given or worn by women.
A hibiscus symbolizes a perfect woman.
During Victorian times, giving a hibiscus meant that the giver was acknowledging the receiver’s delicate beauty.
 

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