Themes

The Themes

Upcoming Themes

August, 2017

“Smoke and Mirrors” (David Barr)

September, 2017

“Insects/Animals” (Anne Dowdle)

Published Themes

July, 2017

Unthemed

June, 2017

“Neon”

May, 2017

“Temptation”

April, 2017

“Red”

March, 2017

“Spring flowers”

February, 2017

“By the numbers”

January, 2017

“This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.”  —  Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama

December, 2016

“Ruins”

November, 2016

“Thanksgiving”

October, 2016

“A change is gonna come” (David Barr)

September, 2016

“The green leaves of summer are calling me home” (Leslie Lee Priester)

August, 2016

“Dog days” (Randy Shoults)

July, 2016

“Bliss” (April Swancey)

June, 2016

“Up all night” (Lucky Tucker)

May, 2016

“Statuary” (Anne Dowdle)

April, 2016

“April, come she will” (Winki Allen)

March, 2016

“Chiaroscuro” (Jimmy Smith)

February, 2016

“Free Spirit” (Dawn Early)

January, 2016

“Still Life” (Gayle Gray)

December, 2015

“Depression lies” ~ Jenny Lawson (Shea Goff)

November, 2015

“Mississippi: birthplace of America’s music” (Ken Flynt)

October, 2015

“An encounter”

September, 2015

“Cars.”

August, 2015

“Stranger in a strange land.”

July, 2015

“Church in the wild wood.”

June, 2015

“In the early morning.”

May, 2015

“Doors.”

April, 2015

“Franz Schubert, Schwanengesang, D. 957 (Swan Song), Ständchen”

March, 2015

“The road less travelled”

February, 2015

“In the bleak mid-winter
Frosty wind made moan,
Earth stood hard as iron,
Water like a stone;
Snow had fallen, snow on snow,
Snow on snow,
In the bleak mid-winter
Long ago.”  — Christina G. Rosseti

January, 2015

“Blue”

December, 2014

“Holiday/Holy Day”

November (2), 2014

“Southern Autumn”

November, 2014

“Entropy”

October, 2014

“Light and Shadow”

September, 2014

“What is to give light must endure burning.”  — Victor Frankl

August, 2014

“Bounty”

July, 2014

“The Queen City”

May, 2014

“Just as the water of the streams we see is small in amount compared to that which flows underground, so the idealism which becomes visible is small in amount compared with what men and women bear locked in their hearts … To unbind what is bound, to bring the underground waters to the surface: mankind is waiting and longing for such as can do that.” — Albert Schweitzer

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