Two lines from #121 in Daryl Hine &: A Serial Poem
As if each moment were a monument
Not every happening qualifies as an event.
Two lines that bring to mind for me the subtle art of Jeff Hill who did the decorations and lettering for Peter Pauper Press’s Cherry-Blossoms: Japanese Haiku Series III (1960)
I treasure the finesse of the block like elements of the houses or huts on the left. Some just over the window-like frame. Some overlapping red on black.
Such illustration is worthy to be called an event. It happens as if each monument were a moment.
And so for day 1904