Freitag, 14. Mai 2010

Weaving: I'm Mr Lila, too (reference to comment in last post)



I just logged in and saw a comment by my friend Lisa that led me to a picture of a fine actor wearing a (colour slightly distorted due to photo) seemingly violett/lila Trachten outfit. I just wore a Rajah-type tie of that colour today without knowing of that coincidence or synchronicity; or, in other terms: the purposeful imaginary interconnecting of seemingly chanceful events.

It is something that we poets do on a daily basis. The Indians have termed it 'weaving' or Tantra, some Persian mystics called it Suf, the weave or the stuff of which the world is made. ;) (pretty crazy, huh [of me to say this]...) .



Also today, I have again looked into that inspiring Hackett-book called Mr. Classic and came over this picture which reminded me of the fact that I wanted to buy a new bicycle.

Kommentare:

Lisa hat gesagt…

Gorgeous color combination! My daughter's favorite color is purple and all shades in between purple.

In the movie the actor's coat is gray, but it does have a violet undertone to it, now that I think about it.

v. Braun. hat gesagt…

Haha, yes grey and brown is the traditional colour of those coats/jackets...I'll have to look into his performance, yet (thanks for the recommendation, there). :)

Lisa hat gesagt…

That's from "The Sound of Music"...hope you like musicals! :-D

v. Braun. hat gesagt…

I've heard that one often mentioned in Japan, too when I said that I was from Austria (lol)...so I should look into it finally!

Basically, I must admit that I don't like modern musicals too much, but I do enjoy a few pre WWII ones like 'Anything Goes' (or even 'HMS Pinafore' likest of which I reckon to be some sort of foreform of musicals).

See you around, Han.