Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Upon These Scrolls

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This is the second of the three poems by Gary B. Fitzgerald that I wrote about in The Great Reckoning. As you can see, I’m still ironing out the curl.

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In the Forum: Artificial Intelligence and parallel Willipedias.


Momo Luna said...

It's great William. I also love the way how you photographed this, with the lamp, iron and your pipe. :-) I love that a lot.

William Michaelian said...

I’m glad to hear that. Each object is dear, and now this gift from Gary joins them.

-K- said...

Its nice to see your work is treated with the respect it deserves.

William Michaelian said...

Ah, Kevin — now that is a statement. I do like the way it sounds, but it’s one I’m going to have to think about for awhile.

It also reminds me of a friend of mine who once owned a commercial mail room. One day one of his employees said to him, “I wish you would pay me what I’m worth.” His answer: “I would, but it’s against the law.”

This is no reflection on Gary, of course. But generally speaking, sometimes I think the worst thing that could happen is to get what I deserve.