Showing posts with label metropolitan museum of art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label metropolitan museum of art. Show all posts

Monday, May 5, 2014

Robino Comes Home!

Amazing. We almost didn't recognize Robino. It was a difficult trip this winter, and a long, long winter to boot. Poor Robino! I know there was a lot of girth that wasn't totally accountable from feathers, but this slim, happy Robino. Well! What a nice surprise!

Robino surveying his old territory near the Metropolitan Museum in Central Park

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Perseus communes with head of Gorgon Sister Medusa

Individual at Metropolitan Museum of Art holding virtual head

Perseus, Perseus Immitator, and Perseus Immitator's Frightened Observer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Perseus Immitator's Birthday

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Turn Back the Clock

I know a game, let’s turn back the clock.
Just a bit of a tick and the tiniest tock.
Not every when, just now and again;
not everywhich where, but just here and there.
Would you like some time, way back in the day,
To say those things you didn’t say?

Great schemes may come great thoughts may go,
But a second or two, now who would know?
A tiny pause before a phrase,
the smallest space in the stretch of days.
Let’s give it a try, let’s blur the edge,
Wedge open a gap and grab that ledge.

Let’s slip a knife in the crack of time,
I’ll toss in a nickel and raise you a dime.
Can you lend me a smile?  I know it will pay,
when we count up our change at the end of the day.

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