Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Die Today, Die Tomorrow


My father, who is also in a nursing home, has been doing terrible since my mother died two weeks ago. Yesterday he said his whole body feels funny like something terrible is going to happen to him. I guess this digital collage and poem is my way of dealing with everything that is happening. Elements from Tangie's "Love The Doctor" and Finecrafted Designs' "Oz Punk."

3 comments:

  1. According to film I recently watched fear of death is always worse than death itself. This came into my mind when I looked at your collage. Beautiful as always!

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  2. I liked what Martin had to say. And I love this piece. It's deep and expressive. The phone booth reminds me of the British show "Doctor Who," and how cool it would be if death was as simple as stepping into a time traveling phone booth for a new adventure. Perhaps it is as easy as that...We won't know 'til we get there!
    It must be so hard on him and all of you to go through all of this intense loss at once. You are on my mind and in my prayers a lot.

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  3. Beautiful collage on a hard theme.

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