Friday, January 25, 2008

Ambiguous Disparities

Ambiguous Disparities

My friend views the world

through a tiny box of light

And I through the brush strokes

of oil on wood,

or canvas,

or whatever so happens to lend itself to my mission.

We aren't so different, truth be known,

The Photographer and I:

We both simply celebrate the beauty in life.

Kindred spirits you may say?

With similar thoughts on Life's Way?

Oh, but follow each of us past

Our own critical mass,

And one is surely misconstrued less than the other.

Angela Schleicher

Copyright ©2007

1 comment:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Ah yes, how true, nice words and thought! a little poignant.

The eggroll sauce is sort of like duck sauce, but quick and easy and yummy.

I've never made crab rangoons. I make eggrollls only once in a while, though we've had them twice in two weeks.