Thursday, December 21, 2006

Christmas shopping

Yay! The husband and I got it all done this morning — we were pretty desperate and everything looked good. At least, we insisted they were good. Like whosis when he/she created the world.

30:30 update:

Still there... though a lot of times I've considered dropping out and taking a nice looooooooong holiday. But, as the husband would say, I am perennially on vacation.

Poems list to date (round VI) —

11. Envy Made Me Shave Body Parts
12. Portrait of Anselma and Marianne as Minor Saints
13. Please Meet My Navel
14. Aftermath [sonnenizio on a line from Ros Barber]
15. Please Don't Put Dinosaurs in My Poem
16. My SimCity Llama Has a Cold
17. Taste
18. Plate VI: Black Ink on White
     (re-titled: The Bomb Explodes and the Faces of People
     I Know Are Blown Apart)
19. Breakage [sonnenizio on a line from Jean Cassou]
20. The Body at Rest

First night photo:

We attended the 20th wedding anniversary of some friends near Venice. This is a nightview of the Ponte della Libertà (Bridge of Liberty) taken with an exposure time of 6 seconds.

6 comments:

megalopoet said...

lovely night shot arly. you're quite the flutterbug, er, shutterbug.

and, may i say, have quite the aim for a rangdear, er angdear, er anteloper, interloper. whatev...

happymerryhohoho.
ho!
xox,
~n~
falalalalala

Collin said...

Beautiful photo. Again, congratulations on all your recent acceptances!

Happy Holidays!

Sam of the ten thousand things said...

Have a happy holiday season Arlene.

I hope you're still considering film ... I keep looking and looking, but there's nothing.

Sharon Hurlbut said...

Lovely photo, Arlene. Congratulations on all the recent acceptances and publications! Hope you are having a wonderfuly holiday season!

Carl Bryant said...

I love the photo, Arlene. The composition rocks!

Merry generic non-offensive seasonal greetings to you and yours.

Ros Barber said...

Wow, aren't you flying! Writing and submitting poems(and being accepted) at breakneck speed. And now I want to see that sonnenzio, of course...