Friday, January 21, 2011

quiet please

Abolishing War
(it's never checked out it seems)
try non-fiction stack


Blogger Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Let's see, where is that book? It was here a moment ago, just before the bomb fell...


1/21/2011 9:08 PM  
Blogger Grammy said...

Both the photo and words are very thought provoking. Have a wonderful week.

1/21/2011 10:35 PM  
Blogger rebecca said...

oh phil.
you have taken me from last weeks hot lustful ku to this stark reality.

we should never stop asking for, moving towards, being apart of

you have a way with words...
so glad you are here.

1/21/2011 10:46 PM  
Anonymous ms pie said...

oh that's if a bonfire burning freedom... with humor you make a way of opening doors... do you think with words and actions we could change a world

1/21/2011 11:38 PM  
Blogger Noelle Renee said...

Phil~this is a provocative and thoughtful post. I am reminded of an old twilight zone in which the world had ended as a result of the bomb, and a lone elderly man who loved to read and had locked himself in a bank vault for safety, came out overjoyed, believing that he would have all the books in the world to himself. However, just when he sat down to begin, his glasses dropped and broke and there was no one left to help him. The deep irony and sadness of his isolated self-interest rather than his concern for the world around him was a message in itself. Great post!

1/22/2011 12:17 AM  
Blogger Boonie S said...

Dramatic yet melancholy. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie

1/22/2011 3:05 AM  
Anonymous jo said...

Between 451 and 911, we are pretty well done for. Chilling to see the remnants of optimism so starkly out of place.

1/22/2011 11:48 AM  
Blogger Tess Kincaid said...

Powerful. This grabbed my heart, Phil.

1/22/2011 8:45 PM  
Anonymous Gloria Y said...

Dark humor well served
Gravy for a bitter meal
Hard, our daily bread

Thank you!

1/23/2011 5:15 PM  

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