Monday, September 18, 2006
Here's a companion piece to the essay The Vein of Thirty-Four Years. September carries many secrets. Listen well. Silence can be -- is -- our deadliest adversary. Thanks for dropping by. Find out more. Come on in.
THE TIDES OF SEPTEMBER
RENATO REDENTOR CONSTANTINO
September 18, 2006
They say love and lives rise and fall like the ocean. That, in the end, there is no end, only ebb and flooding and ebb.
Photo by Red. Kala walking down the steps of the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul. I think this evokes memory corridors better than the original Vietnamese crab-catchers on a beast-drawn cart photo I posted. Email if you are interested to use either of the pics.