I'm reading old folktales for school, used to read them a lot when I was younger, there are thousands of them here about elves and trolls and ghosts but the most popular ones are about the people who were here before us and live in rocks and lava. the can harm you if you do them wrong but reward you greatly if you please them. Interesting and kinda scary. I found it very interesting that the Cinderella story is know in over 200 countries, with minor changes according to the place it's supposed to
I litterally wrote this as a doodle after having to wait on hold on the phone forever.
Upon waiting on the phone
Watching the sand pass
ever changing winds of time
shift with the seasons
It's fall here in the north country. My maples, sumacs, oaks, barberries, hornbeams, paper birches, & co are wearing their colors. And the pines are shedding last year's needles. Some of these old needles are falling on my storage shed, which sits beneath them. There's chill in the air. And I remember how much I love the cold -- the hard breath of a frosted morning, the numbing of cool water on my hands.
This chill and turn of season reminds me of early spring and one of my favorite
Updated 02-08-2010 at 07:52 PM by The Comedian
Through a Glass Darky - This film is one of the greatest religious films ever made, and the reason why this is so is not because it is filled with angels and demons, but because it deals with real humans on a human level, existing within the absurdity of the human condition. This absurdity and despair is something Bergman admits in all of his films, but in the tradition of Kierkegaard, he still finds a place for God.
The title is a quote from Corinthians (Swedish translation) which
Blue Velvet - It's amazing how David Lynch can take something which seems to have been done a number of times, and craft it into something so entirely his own, that the influences almost seem to disappear. He creates simulacrum
Blue Velvet remains today Lynch's most powerful film (next to Mulholland Drive and his short film Grandmother) and certainly his most nostalgic; and though it may not be him at the height of his independent powers (much of this film is influenced by Hitchcock,