Monday, June 29, 2009

when unknown gardens arrive by mail...

end paper from an unknown book

i've posted in the past about receiving something in the mail, and the packing material ended up being as interesting, or more interesting, than the thing it was protecting. a few days ago i received this garden - basically the back cover torn from a discarded hardback book - which was used to keep a photograph from being bent in the mail. no idea as to the title and the words it was once attached to, but it is now sitting upon my bookshelf as one more window...

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Blogger ArtSparker said...

The heaving speech of air, a summer sound
Repeated in a summer without an end

- Wallace Stevens (of course)

It has that murmurous, dreamy quality.

9:23 AM  

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