Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Fukushima I Nuclear Accidents

Tokyo is 6,313 miles from Chicago

“The kingdom of God does not come with observation; nor will they say, ‘See here!’ or ‘See there!’ For indeed, the kingdom of God is within you.”

Luke 17:20-21

I wish I was walking past
the Harajuku station forever
and somebody was smiling
and somebody was laughing.

“Remember Lot’s wife”

Luke 17:32

I remember a song called “Windy”
about a girl who had stormy eyes
that flashed at the sound of lies. Lot’s wife
witnessed the saving grace of angels
but couldn’t look away from this world.

I remember a song called “Windy”
about a girl who had wings to fly
above the clouds. I took a photo
of a storm cloud forming and later
rain fell on these electrical wires.

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The song “Windy” was written by
Ruthann Friedman. On her website,
she singles out this bit of anime
as a visualization of her song
that she likes very much:

Fukushima I Nuclear Accidents at Wikipedia

J. C. Ryle (1816-1900) about Lot’s Wife


Thin Lines Spread Out Into A Grid

Mischa: A House That Can’t Be Fixed

“Falling in love with you girl is just like dying”

The Built World Before The Wrecking Crew

“Now I Dream Of The Plum Rains”

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