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July 4, 2005

Independence, fireworks and dissent (July 4, 2005)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 12:36 pm

 




the first notes

squeezed from bagpipes

small town parade

 

 



 

 

 

 






Independence Day

after all the fireworks, the stars

still there

 

 

 

 

long after

the fireworks

        a shooting star

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 


fireworks

I close my eyes

for a second look

 

 

 

 

 







fireworksSmN

 

 

 


night train

the fireworks

you missed

 

 

 


 










 

 

boom! boom! ka-boom!
so many duds…

fireworks

 


translated by D.G. Lanoue  

 

 

 

welch37jul4  Fourth of July–

                 grandma’s throw

                 half way to the toddler

 

 

 

 

 




you squeeze my hand . . .

how still the sky

after fireworks

 



Michael Dylan Welch. from Open Window – haiku & photos  “WelchFireworksSM”

“Fourth of July” – Click here to see the original photo and poem

“you squeeze my hand” – Click here to see the original photo and poem


 








the old war vet —

holding his grandson

and oxygen tank

 

“papaJames04sm” original

by arthur j. giacalone

 

 

 






fireworks —

in the crowd

one dog wimpers, one howls




 


 

 

 

 

                               !!!!!!!


                      finale

                     f

                    f

                   f

                  f

                 f

                f

               f

              f

fireworks  

town hall fireflies

keep working the crowd

                         

 

[July 4, 2005]

 






ChildrenWarN

  “Caution: Children at War” by Woody Birtie

 

 



CurbGodN

   “Curb Your God” by Daniel Young

 

 

iRAQ

iRAQ,” by Copper Greene


 






 


“designDissentG” – protest images from The Design of Dissent (2005) – the book                                                    

                                                                    — the exhibit (School of Visual Arts)

                                                          — the story, with more images (pbs/NOW)

                                                      — the authors: Milton Glaser, and Mirko Ilic

                                                         

 

 

 

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