Sunday, February 13, 2005

An Arab Shepherd Is Searching For His Goat On Mount Zion

An Arab shepherd is searching for his goat on Mount Zion
And on the opposite hill I am searching for my little boy.
An Arab shepherd and a Jewish father
Both in their temporary failure.
Our two voices met above
The Sultan's Pool in the valley between us.
Neither of us wants the boy or the goat
To get caught in the wheels
Of the "Had Gadya" machine.

Afterward we found them among the bushes,
And our voices came back inside us
Laughing and crying.

Searching for a goat or for a child has always been
The beginning of a new religion in these mountains.


Yehuda Amichai
(trans. ?)
posted at 2:16 PM

One Little Goat (Had Gadya)...
'Then came the Holy One, blessed be He, and slew the angel of death that killed the butcher that slaughtered the ox that drank the water that quenched the fire, that burned the stick that beat the dog that bit the cat that ate the goat my father bought for two zuzim.'
posted at 2:08 PM

 

Saturday, February 12, 2005

The New York Times > ARTHUR MILLER (1915-2005)
posted at 9:40 AM

 

Friday, February 11, 2005

Guinea Pig Theater: Waiting For Godot
posted at 4:51 PM

Christo and Jeanne-Claude's The Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City
posted at 4:41 PM

Welcome to Christo & Jeanne-Claude
posted at 4:39 PM

Historic USGS Maps of New England & New York
posted at 4:35 PM

Hey, Mom... take a look at THIS... (thanks, suzanne)
posted at 12:42 PM

happy birthday fait accompli!!! long may you be...
posted at 12:30 PM

Death of a playwright: legend Arthur Miller dies aged 89 ... rest in peace
posted at 11:14 AM



Mairzy doats and dozy doats
And liddle lamzy divey,
A kiddlely divey too, wouldn't you?

posted at 10:35 AM

 

Thursday, February 10, 2005

from off the walls of carmel's street scenes ...


posted at 5:34 PM

Louise Rosenblatt... 1904-2005... rest in peace
posted at 11:35 AM

The New York Times > Editorial: When Math Is Worse Than Fuzzy...
We're with the fiscal watchdogs in Congress in believing that these budget numbers just aren't sustainable. Americans have to choose. We can have a social safety net that protects our retired citizens from poverty and makes sure they can afford adequate health care. Or we can have a small government with a tax code that has a 1950's mentality in protecting the wealth of the richest Americans at the expense of the middle class and the working poor.
posted at 11:13 AM

 

Wednesday, February 09, 2005

that movie rivers and tides about Andy Goldsworthy is full of treats for the eye and matters for the brain (left and right)... see it if you can... go far out of yr way if need be...
posted at 10:56 PM

carmel makes magic for street scenes... click these little suckers...

posted at 9:54 PM

All art should be meltable art. ... in the spirit of a. goldsworthy
posted at 11:53 AM

o boy... amy's got a cool new look over at When In Doubt, Use Parsley
posted at 11:38 AM

 

Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Passager: A Literary Journal serving new, older writers
posted at 8:03 PM

so beat from school work last night that i failed to refresh the birthday list on my front page... what a day full of extraordinary talent... and i'm not even including john ruskin, jules verne, dame edith evans, king vidor, lana "get up we love you" turner, and nick nolte... whew... must be something in the stars this day...
posted at 7:43 PM

arrived today:

global a go-go - joe strummer & the mescaleros
andy goldsworthy: rivers and tides

the former is wonderful... and introduced to me a couple (?) years ago by the coolest ska trombonist ever to grace the halls of carmel h.s. ... but the copy was flawed (or too advanced for any machine i could find to play it on). so now i've got my own unskipping disc of plenty good tunes... thanks alex

the latter... just now stripped of its suffocating celophane... comes highly touted by the coolest new environmental poet to grace the land... i'll get to this tempting dvd soon... maybe even tonight?
posted at 7:17 PM

 

Monday, February 07, 2005

can i let the day go without a post here... yes... in a way... but no... here:

this is monday before the tuesday we rip the whole place apart in the money-making frenzy known as Street Scenes... year 31... hard to believe it now sitting in this nealry silent classroom... just about finished with some "grade report stuff"... hard to believe that this time tomorrow the room will have been stripped and showroom flats will have been raised... crazy day tomorrow... maybe i'll get some pictures... ticks at the wiondows tell me to go home... now...
posted at 9:08 PM

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