Photographer's Note

Comes the cankerous rush of spring, when the earth will fecundate and get soft and produce forms that are but to die, multiply - And a thousand splendours sweep across the March sky, and moons with raving moons that you see throught drunken pine boughs snapping - When the river with her loaden humus gets heavier at the bank, because of the melting of caky stiffnesses that'd had the earth seallocked in her vaunted tomb of Hard - And there'll be laughter in the melting earth tonight - And there'll be sawdust, trees, woman thighs, river bends, starlight, backporches, more babies, young husbands, beer - There'll be singing in the April tree tops...
jack Kerouac, Visions of Gerard

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Viewed: 1966
Points: 10
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Additional Photos by Jorrit van der Molen (Proxilva) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 432 W: 94 N: 576] (2157)
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