Steel Coffin

 

Patently Portable
Steel Coffin photo by “heritagefutures” (Flickr) = © Dirk HR Spennemann

Dirk HR Spennemann writes: “Patently Portable: The O.P. Patent Portable Steel Grave Vault, Pioneer Settlement, Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia” – frizz-comment: A steel coffin – sometimes I would like to put some things, behavior structures, memories etc. into a steel coffin like this: to forget that, because it has not been effective enough. Because a lifetime is too short, to waste the time with this. For instead: playing guitar. Gives more time for: writing about history or present day politics, for photography or web-dialogs; time to learn something about other centuries, countries, cultures, conflicts.


P.S.:
take a look into the room,
where I prefer to be and write
(on paper): paperback-writer’s room
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compare:
Creative Coffins

 

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

8 responses to “Steel Coffin

  1. http://www.ausphoto.net/
    the website of dirk spennemann, australia

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  2. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/08/11/what-do-you-want-your-tombstone-to-say
    what to write on my tombstone?
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    “Please send my guitar to me,
    – when I am in heaven.
    As well, if I was sent to hell!”

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