Posts Tagged ‘Musea’

Hay Ride for Two (guitar instrumental)

May 28, 2019

Hay Ride for Two (short guitar instrumental)
Song #2,099 (c) Tom Hendricks 2019
Hunkasuaurus and His Pet Dog guitar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzgY7TKHwG0

Song #2,100 “F#m” Guitar instrumental

May 27, 2019

“F#m” guitar instrumental.

This is a passionate and somewhat dark instrumental video.
(Not a studio recording) (c) Tom Hendricks 2019
Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar

Comments welcome.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE0SHnfr1Tg

Small Houses and Rich Neighborhoods

May 25, 2019

SMALL HOUSES and RICH NEIGHBORHOODS

By now, everyone recognizes the need for low cost housing. Small homes are perfect for seniors, singles, or couples just starting out. They are also houses that architects love to design. So who’s against?

Rich Neighborhoods are against. The problem is when there are too many small houses together it lowers the value of richer homes around them. The wealthy protect their neighborhoods from the influx of smaller homes because they usually house poorer people, that bring down the worth of their larger homes.

The solution is half and half.

The solution is to allow for mini houses to be built anywhere, but in limited numbers. That means a nice neighborhood would get 2-5, not hundreds of small houses. That would be good for both sides.

The rich would retain the wealth of their homes and have access to housing for parents, and kids.
The poor would have access to housing they can buy. And it would help eliminate segregated ghettos of poor people.

Tom Hendricks
Musea since 1992.

No Door

May 21, 2019

No Door
(Inspired by Eeka Neeka, a poem by Walter de la Mare)

The deserted house
has roof and floors,
and walls and windows,
but no door.

And there”s no lock
upon that door
that isn’t there,
and there’s still more!

There is no key
to open the lock
to the door
not there anymore.

The question left
that beleaguers me
is can we solve
this mystery.

Can we enter
the deserted house
or forever be
kept without?

Hide and Seek (Who plays it best?)

May 21, 2019

Hide and Seek (Who plays it the best?)

The wind when it’s still,
spring in December,
the Moon when it’s new,
dew under the sun,
stars when it’s raining,
the shadow of a flame,
the tide when its low
the sun at night time.


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