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Poem for Saturday and Wright on the Walls


From 'Night Is but a Shadow Cast by the Sun'
By Frank Lloyd Wright

The present is
the ever moving shadow
that divides yesterday
from tomorrow.
In that lies hope.

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I had a good Friday -- bit of work, bit of shopping, Suicune raid at Marriott headquarters with friends who work there, bubble tea at the mall, dinner with parents, Blindspot. Now I'm rushing because Cheryl and I decided we really needed to watch The Avengers again because of Thor and Loki.

Here are photos from the National Building Museum's Wright on the Walls exhibit, in which museum visitors were invited to help decorate drawings of some of Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous structures (including cats, bats, monsters, "Impeach" speech bubbles, spaceships, and a penguin that I may have drawn:

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