How can you be modest
Translated by A.K. Ramanujan
male and female,
blush when a cloth covering their shame
When the lord of lives
lives drowned without a face
in the world, how can you be modest?
When all the world is the eye of the lord,
onlooking everywhere, what can you
cover and conceal?
My Tuesday was mostly boring -- writing and laundry -- though I took a walk in the crocus-covered park and made jewelry out of beads I got from someone's destashing. Our evening involved this week's The Flash and Black Lightning plus catching up on email and Facebook comments.
I am running late on everything today, so here is art from the Baltimore Museum of Art's modern and contemporary wing, including Warhol's The Last Supper, Magritte's Delusions of Grandeur, Whitten's 9/11, Picabia's Reverence, and Franz West's nutty Violetta and Swimmer: