Category Archives: 3D Art

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Leviathan

  Hapless mariners are they, Who beguil’d (as seamen say), Deeming him some rock or island, Footing sure, safe spot, and dry land, Anchor in his scaly rind; Soon the difference they find; Sudden plumb, […]

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Pocket Sandwich

          A pocket with a hole in it . . . What is a pocket but a hole?   “Pockets” Howard Nemerov  

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Ball Toss

            [The Lord will] toss thee like a ball into a large country . . .   Isaiah 22:18 Holy Bible, KJV

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Private Eye

        I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.   “Mirror” Sylvia Plath  

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Ice Cream

          [L]et the eye wander off to a menu, where it can start to ingest “Quite Sour Lemon sherbet topped with a stem cherry and chocolate sprinkles . . . and […]

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Yoga

          Yoga does not change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.   B.K.S. Iyengar  

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Holiday Gift Idea

    ‘Take some more tea,’ the March Hare said to Alice, very earnestly.   ‘I’ve had nothing yet,’ Alice replied in an offended tone, ‘so I can’t take more.’   ‘You mean you can’t […]

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Crying Wolf

          Some winter nights impel us to take in Whatever lopes outside, beastly or kind . . . We dream there is no ravening or guile And take it kindly of […]

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Flock

        Although our coats were thin and rations sparse Still radiant in our palaces of hay We breakfasted on dawn and supped on stars.   “Watteau, a Dream” Emile Nelligan  

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Mirror

        [T]he universal mirror that repeat[s] this world reflects another, that transforms what it copies.   “The House of Glances” Octavio Paz  

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Dusk

  Summer had closed in. At dusk, the waterfront began to clear . . . The smell of warm fresh water wafted toward the shore . . . The night was opening like a cotyledon. […]

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Left Behind

    In the enormous dome Seaward, the horizon is garlanded With tender clouds; the hollow shell Of heaven is luminous; the exhausted, pale Waters exhale A vast oceanic odor, a sea-soft breath. Sundown. A […]

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Superstar

      She expects the best for herself and knows she’s worth what she costs, and she costs plenty. She’s not giving anything away.   “Mae West” Edward Field  

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Masterpiece

      Look, a mirage, like a round rim, a strange Wizard’s masterpiece about us: An old line that’s not there, A boundary that never ends.   “Horizon” David Emrys James  

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Rounds

  Round universe, where only spheres can range Though sizes differ and the colours change: The sun, the moon, the stars, the heavy earth That draped itself in oceans at its birth, Eternal love allows […]

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Midnight

      A moonlit edge of hill, Ever swept by the wind, Which I call life. The whole universe Glowing white with moonbeams.   “Prayer in Four Verses” Pak Mokwol  

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The Ark

        Rejoice, Haven for those who fare on the sea of life.   Stanza 17 The Akathist Hymn to the Theotokos (Mother of God) [Eastern Orthodox]  

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Brilliance

      Delicate brilliance: a bellflower opens, fades, In a sprinkle of falling stars. Night absorbs them With the sponge of her silence.   “Fireworks” Babette Deutsch  

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Designer Teacup

          I stirred the afternoon into my tea . . .   “Christ Church Meadows, Oxford” Donald Hall              

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Catherine’s Wheel

    A vast circle of light sprang out . . . like a pale ring of cold flame. And about it, the aurora began to churn, to heap itself, to revolve. . . . […]