Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Today

Today, I work on violin score.
Today, I load vacation pictures to computer.
Today, I clean the kitchen.
Today, I perhaps, eat popcorn.
Tomorrow, I might post a site-specific poem along with picture of the site in question.
The site being "Christie" the cabin perched on Onion rock.
But, Today, Today, ah, yes, Today

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad you and Meredith are back safe and sound,
SIR LANE.
LL and I send regards to you, Meredith, and Keth.


-- Anonomann

1:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, nochmals,
LANE and Meredith:
Just read Campbell's "Iphigenia" critique in Seattlepi.com online.
He loved the musical aspects and most of the staging, but loathed the sets and costumes.
Hope you two like it when you see it/hear it!!

-- Anonomann

1:44 AM  
Blogger butch said...

Today looking forward to hearing at some point your violin score.
Today looking forward to seeing your vacation pics.
Today I will find out if my credit union will endorse Melva and I trading in our one year old Camry Hybrid for the 2008 model.
Today doing our last minute prep for Melva's Fourth Annual Birthday Bash at Pac Beach this Friday through Sunday. It looks like it is going to rain like hell, and have high winds; more inside games I guess. The toilet paper covers came out boffo, and the coffee mugs are gorgeous.
Looking forward to poetry of any kind.
Today I go to an early meeting of the Executive Club for TFC, and then we have the monthly discussion meeting at 7pm at King's Books in Tacoma. Tonight we discuss A THOUSAND CLOWNS, KING OF HEARTS, and QUILLS. Should be a rousing discussion. I was going to view Peter Brook's MARAT/SADE, aka THE PERSECUTION AND ASSASSINATION OF JEAN-PAUL MARAT, AS PERFORMED BY THE INMATES OF THE ASYLUM AT CHARENTON DIRECTED BY THE MARQUIS DE SADE. But I didn't have time since last night we slunk over to Toyota of Puyallup and looked at the 2008 Camrys.
Today I am painfully aware of the onerous burden of over 50 years of being a wage slave, and even though I have a "good" job, the stress of it, the office politics, the government regulations, the give and take, the staff rivalry, all combine to create a kind of dark cloud over my head these days, kind of like Joe whatever the character from LIL ABNER by Al Capp.
And yet today I do feel free to laugh because it is good for these old aching bones.

Glenn

5:41 AM  

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