Damian De Souza ~ The Man Who Thought He Was Someone Else

Damian De Souza ~ The Man Who Thought He Was Someone Else

Damian De Souza ~ The Man Who Thought He Was Someone Else

I is someone else.
So much the worse for the wood that discovers it’s a violin, ….
If brass wakes up a trumpet, it isn’t to blame ….

—— Sixteen-year-old Arthur Rimbaud in a letter to his schoolmaster.

{daily pic} Gianluca Ricoveri ~ Landscape 826

Gianluca Ricoveri ~ Landscape 826

Gianluca Ricoveri ~ Landscape 826

The east is yellow as a daffodil.
Three steeples—three stark swarthy arms—are thrust
Up from the town. The gnarlèd poplars thrill
Down the long street in some keen salty gust—
Straight from the sea and all the sailing ships—
Turn white, black, white again, with noises sweet
And swift. Back to the night the last star slips.
High up the air is motionless, a sheet
Of light. The east grows yellower apace,
And trembles: then, once more, and suddenly,
The salt wind blows, and in that moment’s space
Flame roofs, and poplar-tops, and steeples three;
From out the mist that wraps the river-ways,
The little boats, like torches, start ablaze.

Sunrise by Lizette Woodworth Reese


Trois Gymnopédies by Erik Satie, Patron saint of Pixels.

Much of the beauty that arises in art comes from the artist’s struggle with his limited medium.—Henri Matisse

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