That’s the sound one makes after seeing a non sequitur.  What’s a non sequitur you ask.  Well, it’s Latin for “it does not follow.”  huh?  Well, come to Awe Gallery in October and witness non sequiturs up close and in person.  Here’s your personal invitation:Untitled-4

By the way, I’ve been writing a non sequitur poem a day for 2 months.  I’ll stop this practice when the journal is full. Probably another couple of months. Here’s one for you to eat with a fuyu persimmon.

Non Sequitur #12

what comes
is what left
With this, she foregoes the study of sleep.

Why am I smiling?

persimmonsI’ve been smiling all week. Why? The first fuyu persimmons have graced the market. I love these orange-like-apple jewels. Raw, sauteed, roasted. Life can be simple & rich.

I say, to each meal its persimmon. And when persimmon season goes bye-bye, well we’re moving into asparagus time. Life is richly simple.