Summer Leaves (Or Flowers Are Pretty, But Leaves Are Wise with Light)

The fresh green of leaves awoken to the light of the sun, isn't that one of the most wonderful things you can ever see? A common wonder, by each spring and summer multiplied, not bound to a specific place or time. Flowers usually get all the exclamation marks, but I like to think of myself … Continue reading Summer Leaves (Or Flowers Are Pretty, But Leaves Are Wise with Light)

Summer in 19th Century Painting

If you have a moment, let us take a stroll through the world of painting and experience summer as the artists of the 19th century saw it, from Edouard Manet to Edward Charles Williams. The following paintings all evoke summer in one way or other, even if summer was not necessarily their chief subject. Some … Continue reading Summer in 19th Century Painting

Summer Thoughts

Painting of sun Abstract Sun by Mrunal Limaye

Time’s wound grows in me With each new passing day. I comfort myself with sky and sleep With words on paper And music that sings Of another’s man’s sorrow. I destroy everything I love Because that destruction Is another form of love. I sit still in the sun all day Learning how to stop thinking. … Continue reading Summer Thoughts