Thoughts on Epitaph

It’s always good to plan ahead. I thought of this while out for a walk by the lake on a beautifully perfect sunny summer’s day. Gothic to the last.

This ride is broken
The queues too long
For the love of God


Header image: Les feuilles mortes (Dead Leaves) 1956 by Spanish artist Remedios Varo, who was once part of a surrealist circle including Max Ernst, one of the three artists mentioned in the ‘discussion at Dusa’s’  Book II  The Medusa Protocol

Thanks for reading 🙂

N. P. Ryan.


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