Feb

22

Lion-sized love

[kml_flashembed movie=”/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/lion-love.swf” width=”420″ height=”400″ wmode=”transparent Awwwwww! King-sized cute more like it! An African lion in Colombia meets the woman who rescued him six years previously, bonding human style with a hug and a kiss. Tell me which animal is the “king of the beasts” again? Related Posts:I’ve Got Nothing

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Mar

07

The selfish, selfless Yukio Mishima

I’ve been going through something of a Yukio Mishima phase again recently. I did once before, many years ago, until a cursory read of his biography saw me dismiss him as deeply flawed, and in his fascination with violence, perhaps more ugly than beautiful. But I am having second thoughts. I don’t think I will […]

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Feb

25

Life is but a dream…

Serendipity: Thanks, Horace Walpole by Sumangali Morhall has left me reaching for superlatives and floundering in imitation. A total of two mentions to this web diary? Flattered beyond due, how could I not be effusive in my praise! On the topic of serendipity, still, I am reminded of a friend from very long ago, an […]

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Feb

20

Serendipity

I discovered a new website today; new to me and to the rest of the world, for much like this site it has only just started. Sumangali.org, named after its owner, is dedicated to and I quote: “…to the spirit of serendipity: finding good-fortune from unexpected sources; discovering the extraordinary in the ordinary, and the […]

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Feb

18

Found poetry

I read a touching film review today, a“found conversation” on a movie site discovered in much the same way one overhears a piece of conversation, insight gained even though—and probably because—it is completely out of context; the same words heard but quite the opposite meaning to that the original author intended. In reviewing 10 Items […]

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