And fools seldom differ?
You're no fool Rick! Must be great minds. Did they give you a credit on the acknowledgments page?
Rickard Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I thought that I may have mentioned the illustration for my TWL website but
>I'm not finding any mention of it in the archives so I post here hoping that
>I'm really not repeating myself.
>Take a gander at this webpage I just set up for this post:
>Great minds think alike (another way of saying I'm a bird brain?)
> Rick Parker
>On Sun, 1 Jul 2012 09:11:15 -0700, Chokh Raj <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>a moment of epiphany, almost
>It was back in 2000. I sat in an internet cafe typing out a letter to
>accompany the hard copy of my manuscript titled 'Eliot's Early Poetry in
>Perspective' to the publisher. The only thing lacking was a design for the
>front cover. Before I got up, however, I gave a side-glance to the computer
>at my neighboring table. And lo, there it was, a design created by a young
>guy who appeared to be a sophomore. I requested him to let me have a look at
>it. I was wholly intrigued. It seemed to be an emblem of the vital's
>ascension�to the spiritual. There was a white square at its heart and a
>whiteness that surroundeded it which said, "The river is within us, the sea
>is all about us".�