Tuesday, December 28, 2010

People, when crossing over snowdrifts at street corners, bob up and over them as boats do over waves.

Monday, December 27, 2010

In the Roman era, women found that they would look paler by painting their skins with lead paste. Fair skin, at the time, marked status, and was a symbol of feminine beauty. And so I'm fascinated by the construction worker, clasping a subway pole with plaster-white hands. His hands are large, and work-worn. They are highly unlikely to be adorned with bracelets, or to wither away from lead poisoning.
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1. Notes about anything I come across.
2. Musings on a variety of subjects, namely theatre, sociology, music, fashion, and New York
3. Stories, myths, fables, poems, hymns, epics, plays, among other flights of fancy my brain spits out.