Posts Tagged ‘Overwrought Metaphors’
In which The Gay Recluse freezes to death. It goes without saying that nothing is black and white. But at the moment it feels like nothing is gray, either. It’s more like there are layers of perception, some of which are made of iron, and some of which will melt away.
Filed under: City Pattern Project, Dissonance, Faith, Gay, Health, Weather | 1 Comment
Tags: Black, Gray, Overwrought Metaphors, Snow, White, Wrought Iron
On the George Washington Bridge Project: While Even the Heaviest Clouds Will Eventually Lift, This May Not Be the Answer You Were Seeking
In which The Gay Recluse watches weather fronts. Yesterday when we woke up, it was freezing rain; but suddenly in the afternoon, the front lifted. Within minutes, the sky was bright. As we observed this, our thoughts also began to seem less muddled; we could breathe easier. No problem was insurmountable! Little did we know […]
Filed under: Architecture, GWB Project, Obsession, Pessimism, Weather | 2 Comments
Tags: Clear Skies, Ice, Overwrought Metaphors, Problems, The George Washington Bridge