Watermark, A Poet’s Notebook

“Watermark” has something which thousands of of online diaries don’t.  It’s interesting.  This blog is sometimes serious, as seen in this quote from Milton Glaser: 

“I think that being sceptical and questioning all deeply held beliefs is essential. Of course we must know the difference between scepticism and cynicism because cynicism is as much a restriction of one’s openness to the world as passionate belief is. They are sort of twins.”

Sometimes poetic:

“Even in dreams I am
insubstantial. Flimsy. Ghosting
through a history of rooms.”

And sometimes artsy with various snapshots of the author’s world.  Go here to read the post from which the first quote was taken, here to read the poem from which the second quote was taken, or here for the main page.

1 Comment

  1. Thank you for featuring my blog. I’m glad you included links to the original posts — I could not remember writing that first one — and I didn’t! That is a quote from Milton Glaser. You might want to clarify that…

    I’ll be back to look through your site.

    Thanks again.

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