I give my end-of-week post to other authors and bloggers whose work is worth noting. There are so many excellent articles out there, so many good poems and stories and artwork that I want to use my online space, once a week, to send all of you to see something you might otherwise miss. To see last week’s episode, click here.
Let this redirect you, like an open door to a view that’s worth seeing. The selected post may be old, but it’s new to me, and it’s beauty still rings true.
This week’s spotlight is an drawing by Mli (most of her writing is Norwegian, I believe, but the picture speaks to me despite the language barrier). 🙂
It depicts an owl, in black and white: wise, soulful, and perhaps a touch grumpy. It made me think of yet another C. S. Lewis quote, when he was commenting that he was sleeping during the day and staying up nights.
“Perhaps I am turning into a nocturnal animal. Bat? Wolf? Owl? Let’s hope it will be owl, the bird of wisdom. (And I always was attracted by mice!)
Copyright 2015 Andrea Lundgren Photo by GaborfromHungary, Creative Commons