Photo 21 Jul 2 notes Of The Meeting Rivers 1

Of The Meeting Rivers 1

Text 21 Jul 1 note J.A. Jance’s Needs (a poem)

A reserved parking spot

A hand held microphone

A fan at the lectern

A box of tissues

Photo 21 Jul 1 note Geography

Geography

Photo 20 Jul 1 note Lewd 8

Lewd 8

Photo 20 Jul 2 notes My companion, seemingly as relaxed as I, was turned away from me, gazing out at the view on his side of the car.
I had to lean right across him to see down the hill. He sat back to let me do so, indicating a point well below us and some way off.
I strained to see where his right hand pointed. As I leaned close across him, his left arm came quietly round me and held me fast.
For a moment I thought he was supporting me against the swing of the car on the bend. Then he held me, the arm like iron, his hand now gripping my left arm and holding it helpless.
"If you keep still, you won’t get hurt."
First Ballantine Books Edition: February 1985

My companion, seemingly as relaxed as I, was turned away from me, gazing out at the view on his side of the car.

I had to lean right across him to see down the hill. He sat back to let me do so, indicating a point well below us and some way off.

I strained to see where his right hand pointed. As I leaned close across him, his left arm came quietly round me and held me fast.

For a moment I thought he was supporting me against the swing of the car on the bend. Then he held me, the arm like iron, his hand now gripping my left arm and holding it helpless.

"If you keep still, you won’t get hurt."

First Ballantine Books Edition: February 1985

Video 20 Jul 4 notes

Punk Rock’ Outfit: Jacket

Artist/maker unknown

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1985-87

Green cotton twill with pinned-on printed cotton plain weave; spray paint, ink

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Photo 20 Jul 1 note cup

cup

Photo 20 Jul 3 notes Tale Dolven in “Elena’s Aria,” an early work by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, on Sunday at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. CreditStephanie Berger for The New York Times

Tale Dolven in “Elena’s Aria,” an early work by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, on Sunday at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. CreditStephanie Berger for The New York Times

Photo 20 Jul 1 note to do

to do

Text 20 Jul 3 notes Worry

about

the

humans


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