Category Archives: Art Narratives

Confession of an Abductee

I went to the woods to pick some flowers. While standing next to a tall cypress with a bouquet of daises in my hand, a big beam zapped me up into the sky. I fell my molecules swirl around as … Continue reading

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Aloft

An alligator’s brain wouldn’t even fill a tablespoon. But the little that’s there is very cunning. To trick birds looking for materials to build their nest, alligators will balance sticks on their heads. And as the birds lower themselves to … Continue reading

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Omphaloskepsis

Orangels have bellybuttons. That’s why they’re called “navel”. For the Greeks, Delphi was the center of the universe. To make it easily identifiable, Zeus place a geodetic mark there– a stone known as an omphalos. “Omphalos” in Greek means “navel”. … Continue reading

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Squoze

Stress has been provoking my blood pressure. I’ve read that hand gripping exercises can lower it although it’s not clear why. Maybe it’s because the repetitive motion of squeezing and unsqueezing improves blood vessel elasticity. At the market I saw … Continue reading

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Versailles

Versailles’ Bassin d’Apollon was designed by Charles Le Brun, originator of the Louis XIV style. Louis XIV was known as the Sun King thus linking him to the sun god, Apollo. In the fountain, Apollo is seen coming out of … Continue reading

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