I have been in Brooklyn near The Gowanus Canal most of they day. It turns out it is almost impossible to get back to the city by public transit this weekend. Not happy.
The Challenge is here.
I once again borrow Melanie Neilson‘s words to express a feeling:
Verse 8 of
“Bird Coming Through A Super Doorway: The Doris Touch”
Now see what good turns mirrors for reflection have done:
Delights to peep, gaze therein on screwball heroines, screwball heroes
In cave, temple, destroyed boudoir, where-through the sun, endlessly
True and false, light and sound are found. Loving form,
Doris fulfills her intention to make poetry vital in her time
Fierce faith therein, multiple readings do show her art evergreen.
Friday night the title of the ICP Borough Walk, led by Angel Franco, was Manhattan Under The Stars. Sadly there were not many stars but midtown, especially Times Square, was jumping. One way or another, no matter the year, there is always something dreamy (or dream-like) going on in Times Square and the surrounding area.
Take a little stroll with me?
Did I mention that Comic-Con was on?
“Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today.”
The challenge this week is dream(y)
My first pass was here.
Other dreamy views
“Well I just had to laugh
I saw the photograph
And somebody spoke and I went into a dream”
Nightmares are dreamy too.
Image from last night’s ICP Borough Walk led by Angel Franco.
Other dreamy views: