|will anyone actually read this...
probably not, but i feel the need to disclaim
my theivery, so here we go --
-- the image of the forest is taken from
a Gustav Klimt painting, "beech forest," or something to that effect.
-- the poem, famous enough, is a fragment
from Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening."
the woods are lovely, dark and deep,
but I have promises to keep,
and miles to go before i sleep,
and miles to go before i sleep.
I always felt this poem was about death
or suicide more than a simple pause in a man's winter journey?
Maybe I'm being too morbid, though.
-- the image, again, is Gustav Klimt.
"Music" this time.
-- again (anyone noticing a theme here?)
the image is from Klimt -- "Water Serpents." For these stolen
images I am indebted to the wonderful
on-line art gallery housed at http://sunsite.dk/cgfa/fineart.htm
-- the image is mine, sort of. i
don't have a clue who took the original photograph.
-- the poem is by ee cummings
links to all web pages from where i have
obtained miscellaneous graphics (like the background for this
page) can be found on my links page --
as if anyone actually cares. all image manipulation is my own
doing, with assistance from the folks
at adobe photoshop.