Monthly Archives: August 2012

“Wo – Bluebird!”

Capturing Beauty Chapter Two “Wo – Bluebird!” Jon Presco Copyright 1998 “Woe Bluebird!” Mr. Arnold said to his 1955 powder-blue Chevrolet station wagon, then stomped the brakes while traversing the most dangerous road in the world, the Emeryville turn-off from … Continue reading

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The Howdy Doody Clint Show

As I predicted in my blog, Clint Eastwood is employed as the Great White Hope in order to give folks the idea only White People should be in power. Months ago I posted on the Eastwoods of Oakland and how … Continue reading

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Federal court rejects new Texas voter photo ID law

Bill Cornwell and his Texas Pops can’t be very happy about this ruling. Jon Federal court rejects new Texas voter photo ID law By WILL WEISSERT, Associated Press – 20 minutes ago AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A tough Texas law … Continue reading

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Capturing Beauty – Chapter One

Capturing Beauty by Jon Gregory Presco Copyright 1998 The Art of The Trespass Last night I dreamed I worked on the painting of a great artist who befriended me – without his permission. He could not get his summer grass … Continue reading

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Capturing Beaty – Epilogue

Capturing Beauty – Epilogue by Jon Presco Copyright 1998 How did my sister find me here, here in the arms and in the bed of my best friend’s lover while not but ten feet away is his newborn baby he … Continue reading

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Lady of the Masque

Lady Anne Clifford is kin to Rosamond Clifford. These are two of my favorite characters in history. Lady Clifford was a patron of the arts and literature and held a salon. Her tutor was Samuel Daniel who authored ‘The Complaint … Continue reading

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The Complaint of Rosamond

The peculiarities of this impression (probably the earliest) of Daniel’s most popular poem were, we believe, first pointed out in the ” Bibliographical and Critical Account of Rare Books,” 8vo, 1865, I. 170. The “Rosamond” in this form exists only … Continue reading

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