Friday, November 2

gloom of scorpio

I was going to write something here ...
Wasn't it so, that this particular zodiac sign could be redeemed?
Scorpio, the only living thing that can take its own life without outer help or other measures. Fierce, but not graceful.
The eagle on the other hand elevates far above and with keen and unrivaled vision - spots out its pray. No poison involved, just skill.
It has come to my attention that the American Eagle has been swapped, transformed into a scorpio.
Now we will just have to wait and see if and when the US will commit suicide with its own poison and ram the tail into its rear.
The beauty of the eagle once reigned. It shall re-arise when the poison is gone, after the Scorpio's death has been reafirmed.

10 comments:

_z. said...

I remember your aterlier from the outside :)

Zee said...

You are good _Z, are you actually an architect?

_z. said...

oh I just read my comment above... I mean atelier, but you already know that.

yeah I am an architect.

Cym said...

I just spent some time looking over the front page of your blog, and I really enjoy its ambiance. The whole thing is put together really well - your pictures and words, your choice of colors, etc., forms a nice collage: a combination of philosophy and art, ideas and experience, pictures and words. I'm glad I stumbled upon this site. Hope you are having a good Sun Day.

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Zee said...

Hello Mr. -Z!
I am tickled to hear that you work as an architect!
Maybe some day in the future we'll collaborate on a project. Function and form go hand in hand.

Zee said...

Thank you Cym!
Those words coming from you actually mean a lot since your own blog is always also in strive for transformation towards beauty and simplicity!!!

_z. said...

hehe would love to...
(form does not necessarily follow function)

Zee said...

form + function = beauty
No?

_z. said...

well in architecture, beauty is really contextual. unless you are just talking about architecture as objet d'art.