Monthly Archives: April 2014

Arla

© 2014 by George Polley The woman seemed to be looking at them as her eyes appeared to move from one person to the next, then back again. “Can she see us?” “No. From her side, it’s a mirror.” “Then … Continue reading

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Two early paintings from my mother’s early years.

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These are two of my mother’s early works, both from the early 1920s. The Valentine card was a gift to  her cousin, Aladaire Emerson, and is owned by my niece, Marie Balgamwalla.

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Heartache

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
In the early morning I walk through yellow light And mists of green and pearly blue That chase away the night. I listen to the peace that falls In the fluttering of wings And…

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Getting to Know the Author: George Polley

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Welcome, George. Let’s learn more about you … What is your genre? Why did you choose it? “Until recently, I’ve not thought in terms of genre, I’ve just written stories and novels for adult…

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The perspective of the photo isn’t good, but the painting is one of my favorite of my mother’s landscape paintings. It hung on the wall behind her favorite chair.

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Cowboy Study in Canary Yellow

Yellow boots Yellow pants Yellow shirt Yellow hat Bolo tie White mustache and goatee Beautiful young woman on each arm Smile Only in France In Paris Perhaps — Inspired by a photo that my sister-in-law took in Paris while she … Continue reading

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Requiem for old houses

This evening coming home brain so tired I can’t think I let my feet take me along past rows of old houses dressed for death in gray and faded yellow paint. The houses mourn. They mourn the street down which … Continue reading

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