Archive for September, 2012

Poems Written in Late September

September 30, 2012

Poems written in late September 2012
Comments welcome.
[poem notes in brackets like this]


1. [a quatro]

stars between
home and town

2. [the best paintings do – but how I don’t know]

my best paintings
at a certain point
cross a line
where magic seeps in

3. [From the bestiary collection of poems]

the circling bird
finds his wind


the snow falls
and stays and stays.
spring comes –
it evaporates.

5. [Another from the bestiary collection]

shows the girls
he can shine
like the Moon


I can see stars
further than the Moon
and now I know
there are more further out.


all that’s left
of the ruins
is the facade

8. [One of a series on mystical Blue Mountain]

Pilgrims who climb Blue mountain
are rightly pleased with themselves
but then they swat away the flies
that got their ahead of them!

9. [based on a cartoon caption by Tim Haggerty]

It’s a short story
about a woman
who wants to write a novel
but doesn’t have the time

10. [religious poem]

day is done
the grave yard is dark
the sky above
is full of stars

Shouldn’t a period at the end of a novel be bigger than the others?

Good solutions are easy. Getting them through the wall of thick headed stubbornness – impossible.

One guitar in the ‘as good as a band’ style
Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 19 year old zine Musea)
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Photo fun

September 28, 2012

Did you miss these? Recent Blog Posts

September 25, 2012

Readers of the Musea Blog – did you miss these entries? Here are some you might have missed. I hope you find some you like. Search the blog by the entry title:
Welcome Blog Readers from all over the World – an introduction.

Quatros and many other poems

Latest issue of MUSEA

Bookmark Art

Poem Videos such as The Poet Writes …

National Hiring Day – jobs solution to jump start the economy in a fair way to all

The BIG LIST – first all internet, best music 200, from all corners of the world.

MacArthur Park – I rewrite the lyrics for this classic 60’s song

A Little Incident – Story in verse about ancient China.

Post-Bands Music Revolution (quick summary)

Z Puzzle – no one can solve it and it’s been years!

Future Model for Indie Websites – a new paradigm for internet businesses and arts

Rip Van Revolutionary – a trip into the future of bookstores.

Sayings of Editor Art (Musea Vaults still creaking)

First 50 of my Youtube Videos

People Power – no cost energy solution – and talk about green!

Wiki College (College for all)

Post Modern Art (revolution in painting)

My Renoir (Yes I own an original Renoir)

Hendricks Health Theory – very very long blog on my new biology ideas.

“Lovey” My original rockabilly song – song/video

Musea Extra: Summary of the Revolution in Art (Visual Art) – the rev. in painting

Blockhead (one of my drawings)

The ART Olympics (from the Musea Vaults)

Ten Best POETS (From the Musea Zine Vaults) – literature guide from Musea

Lyrics are important Part 5 – sample of my lyrics.

NPR Music site caught in 76th conflict of interest – NPR and fair music don’t mix.

Alice (through the looking glass) – original song/video.

The AACA Logo – all about the Artists Against Corporate Art Logo for all indies.

This Tea – short poem video.

Poem: I Followed the Two, The Teacher and Student …

Cogitology, The Art of Thinking – essay on thinking.

The LOST TAPES, Two compositions by Beethoven/Hendricks

Worldwide Request and Dedication (Box Office Concerts) – taking your requests now.

Lemy Lime (from the Musea Vaults) – short short humorous story on science research

“STRINGS” fanfare for the world in “B” – original classical style piece for strings.

Best Children’s Illustrators – literature guide

100 Best Novels of All Time (a Musea selection) – literature guide.

Two of My Songs on Neil Young’s Protest Chart (in top 25) – national protest song list.

The War Money that could end Poverty (Musea Vaults) – war or poverty? Video.

The Spanish Melody Part one and two – two short original guitar pieces.

The World’s First Culture – essay on our first shared world culture.

Poems Written in …. – keep up with my new work on these poem updates.

Yes it’s Official, 6-TH CD, now ONLINE – my latest recorded music.

Guide to Comics (Musea Vaults)

Psychology of Keys (from the Musea Vaults) – music essay.

TV’s Best Comedies (Year by Year) – art guide

Rock and Roll Doesn’t Rock No More – poem from the video.

Ten Tips for Musicians

Musea Issue #184 Dictionary of Small Ideas, Now out – letter “D” as a sample.

Musea Art Contest …. – weekly art quiz to test your art smarts. Many to choose from.

One Thousand Reviews (from the Musea Vaults) – short short short mini reviews.
Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 20 year old zine Musea)

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Wiki – College (College for all)

September 25, 2012

Why not free college online – say a college wikipedia, where professors have posted their lectures. Then at the end of the course there’s a system to take a final for $25-50. If you pass you get credits. The test money is split between the professor and wiki.

I think most of the bigger colleges would oppose it because it would challenge their high prices. I think it would be good for those who can’t afford college but deserve it – which means everyone. Then too I would think there would be some professors who want to have the world as their class room – and make royalties on their lectures. The main colleges would protest any accreditation for sure, but part of that would be to protect themselves and their monopoly. In the end it would come down to whether corporations that hired, would recognize it as a degree. The net is a real leveler! Maybe education is part of that.

People Power – energy for free

September 25, 2012

This is a repost about a simple low tech way to get energy, People Power.  It could also be the back up power source during emergencies.

Connect Generators to Revolving doors of skyscrapers, or turnstiles at stadiums. Turn a water wheel or windmill sideways and you have a turnstile.

Hook a generator up to a revolving door of a skyscraper, or a turnstile, and you have people power. Free, clean,on site, renewable, even healthy, power.

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