The Blender's late.
The Blender Board
The Front Page Picks are great.
So what's new?
A kind of mixed ramble/review by Gala this
month, on Rodin's Eternal
Springtime...not his most famous work, but
easily among his best.
Read and Enjoy!
Front Page Picks
- Jackrhyme has come up with a challenge for the menfolk.
I'm still working up the guts...and trying to figure out if
I need to memorize it, or what.
Small piece of wishing.
rocks of reason
Written in 1998. I'm not even sure what it all means, but sometimes
that's a good thing.
- When I was a kid in the back of the station wagon I managed to freak myself out thinking the moon was following me...
I Spring-Loved You
- "A love poem in the style of Dylan Thomas".
- Confusing times.
I Can't Be Closer
- Piece in two media, good stuff.
Some Things Have No Titel
- HoosierDaddy...was quite the character last month. Read the Blender Board archives more details. But this work was good, uses some details in a nice way.
- An unsent letter (she doesn't have the address.) School times.
Wake up call
Sometimes Jon's works seem a little too...something, but this one strikes
the right tone.
By David Grayson.
This month's top of the board quote, submitted by Jon.
hearts (a series)
Submitted by deevaa.
TK is deevaa's 4 year old son, and painted these unassisted.
I really like the curlicues.
- Musicalduck says "i know this is weird, but mini-golfing has a place in my heart, i'd have to tell the whole story for you to understand it" but the thing is...yeah, I know there is something about mini-golf and romance. It's a great date.
All These Ouches
Post Dream Dialogue
Two by Misti. The end of the Dialogue is
his morning angel
Two by Violet, who is working out
quite the eye for detail.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- 514 remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.