Hey, Mom! The Explanation.

Here's the permanent dedicated link to my first Hey, Mom! post and the explanation of the feature it contains.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Hey, Mom! Talking to My Mother #666 - "Hate for Sale" - by Neil Gaiman


Hey, Mom! Talking to My Mother #666 - "Hate for Sale" - by Neil Gaiman

Hi Mom, Still in catch up mode.

And so I saved this for post #666 because, you know, Hate, the mark of the beast, get it?

What?? The Visible Poetry Project? How come I didn't know about this?

That's awesome.

https://www.visiblepoetryproject.com/videos/

The Visible Poetry Project aims to make poetry more accessible by lifting words off the page and transforming them into short films. The colorful Hate for Sale, from Dutch animator Anna Eijsbouts, is from an original poem about the seductive power of hate by Neil Gaiman. It’s read in perfectly droll tones by Peter Kenny.



Here's the video, enjoy.




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Reflect and connect.

Have someone give you a kiss, and tell you that I love you.

I miss you so very much, Mom.

Talk to you tomorrow, Mom.

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- Days ago = 668 days ago

- Bloggery committed by chris tower - 1705.03 - 10:10

NOTE on time: When I post late, I had been posting at 7:10 a.m. because Google is on Pacific Time, and so this is really 10:10 EDT. However, it still shows up on the blog in Pacific time. So, I am going to start posting at 10:10 a.m. Pacific time, intending this to be 10:10 Eastern time. I know this only matters to me, and to you, Mom. But I am not going back and changing all the 7:10 a.m. times. But I will run this note for a while. Mom, you know that I am posting at 10:10 a.m. often because this is the time of your death.


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