Or perhaps the "Art of Darkness"?
Dave,Or indeed "Darkness of Heart"...I'm gradually putting the pieces together for a set of images that will, I hope, be a suitable monument to the people who occupied the chairs that now stand empty at my personal top table.I still don't quite believe I'll never get to see Sandie again, for one.Mike
I'm not a Bible-basher by any means but I like the quote, "in my father's house are many mansions" (John 14:2). If it's true then I'll enjoy wandering around the big house bumping in to old friends, fellow travellers and family members.I'm interested in your idea for a set of images as a monument. I have managed to include a few of those who have gone before in songs.
It's interesting, the different ways people (and especially the irreligious) imagine "heaven": it seems that you are looking forward to an eternal bring-a-bottle do in a stately home. Actually, I think I was once at that party.When I think of it (or need to cheer myself up), I tend to remember the feeling of the moment when, on the first day of every family seaside holiday at Swanage, we would turn the corner in the road and see the sun sparkling on the waves in the bay below. I don't think it's possible to feel happier than that.Mike
They're great, Mike. The second is aesthetically pleasing but looks somehow greasy or deeply dirty on close inspection.
Huw,re. no.2 I think "all of the above" is the appropriate comment!Mike
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