ART: The Song Of The Lark

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The Song of the Lark by Winslow Homer

“Quartering the topmost branches of one of the tall trees, an invisible bird was striving to make the day seem shorter, exploring with a long-drawn note the solitude that pressed it on every side, but it received at once so unanimous an answer, so powerful a repercussion of silence and of immobility, that one felt it had arrested for all eternity the moment which it had been trying to make pass more quickly.”  Marcel Proust, Swann’s Way

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4 thoughts on “ART: The Song Of The Lark

  1. NO, thanks…I’m reading whenever I get a chance…but THANK YOU 🙂 By the way, your characters are pretty unsympathetic (to me, anyway) so I think the fact that I’m still liking what’s going on is a pretty good thing for an author! ..I mean, Simon’s folks are whacks, he’s a drunk, Katherine seems weak, Weldon’s a drug addict (but I like him), etc….If I want to know what happens NEXT, I believe that’s a good sign for an author to know!!

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    • LOL. I’ve always been drawn to dysfunction. The characters seem perfectly normal to me. 🙂

      Thanks for keeping me updated. I truly appreciate it.

      Love,
      A

      (Keeps me from obsessing over the election)

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