Daniel Vierge, from Histoire de la révolution française (History of the French revolution) vol. 2, by Jules Michelet, Paris, 1883-87.
I updated my InPrnt shop with more prints. Enjoy!
damn fifty percent off?! I’d go there with a cart. I want good books cheap…. of which they rarely come ._.
For through his Flemington there shied
A rocket, hot and mystic,
“I didn’t mean to be,” he cried,
“So deuced realistic!”
From The Rocket Book, written and illustrated by Peter Newell, New York, 1912.
get out of there cat. you are not wrinkled clothing and you are getting your lustrous fur all over the ironing board.
You are part of other people but not
like them. You live in a little wooden box
and wake up with your face
in your palm and some sunlight.
Which is a sign of resignation but not
for you. Which is part of what I meant
by trying to affect change
in myself and also talking. By describing
to you that…
I thought the old teeth symbolised old buildings, historical buildings, how in the name of progress old buildings are torn down and perhaps at the end of the day we lament like old men with their fire doused, “I never said I’d do it. I was tricked”; like sulking after they lost a gamble they had played with shining eyes before.