Thursday, February 18, 2010

Slice o' Blue

Sometimes things are not as they truly appear. Although to the innocent bystander a puzzle or maze might seem easy to solve at first sight. The deeper you sink into the solving the the more expanse the possibilities. I felt my teen years were loaded with dilemmas and rubric cube-like situations like this. Whether it was seemingly endless dramas with the Gorham girls and beyond, a few Mayfield Street realities or some of my Frye Hall clandestine meetings, my teenage years were froth with classic innocence and dubious choices that I view with great suspicion, now that the great teacher-- experience-- is with me firsthand. We call it Life!

9 comments:

  1. You so often give us something to 'reflect' on, Birdman.

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  2. Gorgeous picture... intriguing words. You should write a memoir-- it sounds like you have some great stories to tell.

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  3. Beautiful words. Full of life.
    Love the reflections. Awesome.

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  4. Marchin O'NeachtainFebruary 18, 2010 at 12:54 PM

    Sometime life looks foggy until something good happens and when it does, life can be fair. Goodness elevates while evil sinks. Great words and wonderful photo.

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  5. Great photo. I like the colors. There is a meme for reflections. This would fit there.

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  6. I like this reflection but I can't help wonder about the Gorham Girls ;-) It would be an interesting exercise to write some of these stories down.

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