My friendly blogger buddy Stafford
wrote to me after reading my previous post
that he wanted to know more of the story.
So, I wrote him back this:
HI there! well- your remark on my Magpie post made me
ponder for about 24 hours and while Russell and I were
taking a drive through the mountains this new poem came
to mind- It still isn't the whole story, but another chapter
and I thank you for pushing for more....
maybe you weren't pushing but thanks anyhow!
Below is my "Second Try"
"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw
"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Monday, April 16, 2012
A Second Look at Magpie Tales #113
Labels: hasidic jews, holocaust, magpie tales, Marc Chagall, paris, russia, wordl war ll
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The angel of death is holding an artist's palette in his hand.ReplyDelete
I just love a story with a bit of blood letting and hatred. It also has religion, with angels and genuflecting, but sadly no sex.ReplyDelete
so, good as it is, it will not sell.
Dance of death dietReplyDelete
Soul bound in the last moment
Embrace the dark light
Now that is an interesting take!ReplyDelete
The spears being drawn from a bowl
I can see it.Thanks for letting me know-
I immediately thought of "Phantom of the Opera" which will replay in my mind all day! All thanks to Mr. Ray!ReplyDelete
Phantom: I'm here, I'm here, Monsieur: The Angel of Death! C'mon, c'mon, Monsieur, don't stop! Don't stop! Keep fighting! Swing at me, Monsieur!
Maybe a palette...but I see a hat...ReplyDelete
Where woyld angels of death be without stricken mournersReplyDelete
Hehehe! Trust Stafford!ReplyDelete