Ghost and Turtle


  1. I love ghosts… unless they show up at my house. Then I’m OUT! Bad enough dad sometimes shows up in my dreams, which I have to kind of thank him for since the tappng-on-my-desk shit FREEAAKED me the hell out!
    PS – My friend M booked us an appointment so we could each get a peacock feather tattoo from the artist who did my dad’s portrait. I’m adding an excerpt of Eugenio Montejo’s poem “The Earth Turned” that was used in the movie “21 Grams” with Sean Penn. It’s the 1st three lines of the English translation.


    1. Oh, NICE! Would love to see pictures of that on your blog (unless, of course, your getting it done somewhere that’s best left discreet!). I’m trying to imagine what that will look like!

      I’ve never had a supernatural experience that I’m aware of. I’m hoping to one day. (Although I guess one ought to be careful what one wishes for.) ๐Ÿ˜›

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      1. Take your own advice! My mother tells me I used to “see” and talk to people who weren’t there when I was little but I can’t remember. Plus I’ve seen too many Paranormal Activity/Sinister/Conjuring/Ouija/Pact movies to even care to TRY to rekindle whatever “abilities” I may have suppressed!
        LOL tattoo will be on my wrist and forearm. Nothing overly discreet about that spot. ๐Ÿ˜‰


        1. Oh, well then you simply must blog those pics! I think a lot of folks would find that interesting!

          As for me, yeah, I’m still curious about the paranormal, truth be told. I know, I know, I should be more careful but still… ๐Ÿ˜›

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  2. Bloody James Joyce – I had never even got past a first page of any of his works – blah blah blah… useless!!! I like Ruth’s idea, that ghost girl needs socks. Love this excellent night sky artwork xxx


  3. Hello Tony, ghosts, Ulysses, Turtles must admit this left me scratching my head a lot! Like Molly and Bloom, I’m off to sleep under the heaven tree of stars hung with humid nightblue fruit or I might just make myself a cuppa and lie down in a darkened room with a wet copy of Joyce’ s Ulysses soothing my fevered brow.

    Great stuff, keep up the good work, regards Paul


      1. You’re more than welcome, your outpourings keep my smiling in a sometimes drab and colorless world.
        As always keep up the good work, I would say great but I wouldn’t want to spoil you and besides you’re possibly complimented too much already! Joking aside all the best my regards to all of your creative outpourings.


  4. Hi Tony, I wonder, if Zelda knits this ‘ghost girl’ some socks, would she be able to wear them (on account of being an ethereal, rather than a physical – they might, you know, not have anything substantial to hold on to,). It’s just that her feet look cold. Ruth M


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