dVerse — Quadrille 126 — One

I roll morning blinds and see a vista of life ashimmer with Sol’s panoptic egalitarianism. I don’t bother with socks and shoes. Swooping up a cup of hot coffee, I step outside and join the scenery. Soft sighs, one with all, welcomed, refreshed, refashioned. Image:  “Landscape,” by Jean Charlot (1898-1979) De Jackson (aka WhimsyGizmo) is…

Slimverse series 041821

drawn eyebrows lift an eye smile at the vax clinic the kleenex rolled twixt my boobs forms a tissue pearl M’s her name my newborn granddaughter rose pudge cheeks express lane bird feeder one hop shop next in sky pad soft but not enough frogs plop just out of sight green shoulders along the cracked…

The Sunday Muse 156 — Upon a Walk

Upon a walk, his heart did spy Fair blushing bud; his love did swell. She smiled, a twinkle in her eye. Upon this hope, his heart did fly. For years, her love to gain he’d try Her frown declined and darkness fell Upon a walk, he took her life In shining blood; her love does…

A2Z 2021 Jethro Tull Songs Day 15 Old Ghosts (from Stormwatch) (1979)

Ivan Melgar M at Prog Archives said of the “Stormwatch” album: Being absolutely honest I must say that 1979 was not the best year for Progressive Rock; the former big bands were taking giant steps towards mainstream, flirting without embarrassment with easy POP and trying to be a lucrative alternative to Disco and Punk that…