SATHUDAY #3X3X3

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AAZ gets a new beard at the Chin Liew (Aurora) Barber Parlour and new glasses at the Spring.

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From Dog Daze

BOOK THE SECOND

Moon About Town

WHITE DOG TRUE DOG

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He utters sounds of love
Painful ambition not easily thwarted
Driven forward onto passion’s spike

To drown in her body’s well
Breaching at last her trembly dike.

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She waits his demands
Embracing pain while true to herself
Still and closed to all else about her

Compliant with his urging needs
Assuring he will never be without her.

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A large late Ming early Quing wine jar, used as a water jar and lunch served on an English (Staffordshire) flower pattern transfer ware plate.

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A Chinese silver pendant (two fish), NT’s hand with a gold shell ring of Italian design and sherds of different period ceramics.

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Two kris. Wooden scabbards. One with a finely carved handle with silver chasing. The other a rhino horn handle.

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A honey bear tooth (canine) a jade pendant (Kuan Yin) and a stone egg shaped and polished by the hands of a ‘prisoner’.

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A large early Qing blue on white wine jar with pouring spout.

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A blue on white Staffordshire transfer ware plate with a ‘Hindoo’ pattern and the mark of the pottery ‘DELHI BEWES V.P.’

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Six ‘Dutch Plates’ ~ two with the mark of ‘PETRUS REGOUT & CO MAASTRICHT MADE IN HOLLAND’ and a script in Pali. Two with the mark of the ‘BELL’ impressed and different secondary marks. Two with the No.15 in red enamel.

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A multicoloured glazed Chinese vase fragment depicting a planter with a blossom tree mounted in silver as a box lid.

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Seven fiction books purchased at the charity shop, of different genre, periods and illustration styles.

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Randomly collected items of jetsam from the beach adjacent to the Shangrila Raysa Ria Resort Kota Kinabilu Sabah Borneo. Presently in the author’s museum of fond memories, Kuching Sarawak.

Click your heels together. Now!

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Old rope.

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NARCISSISTIC HAPPY

Narcissistic happy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optimism

Optimism is a mental attitude or world view that interprets situations and events as being best (optimized), meaning that in some way for factors that may not be fully comprehended, the present moment is in an optimum state. The concept is typically extended to include the attitude of hope for future conditions unfolding as optimal as well. The more broad concept of optimism is the understanding that all of nature, past, present and future, operates by laws of optimization along the lines of Hamilton’s principle of optimization in the realm of physics. This understanding, although criticized by counter views such as pessimismidealism and realism, leads to a state of mind that believes everything is as it should be, and that the future will be as well. A common idiom used to illustrate optimism versus pessimism is a glass with water at the halfway point, where the optimist is said to see the glass as half full, but the pessimist sees the glass as half empty.

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3 Responses to “SATHUDAY #3X3X3”

  1. Helen Wire Says:

    Glad to have words with the pictures. As ever…hmw

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