Subtitles

The lad is a wiz with computers
and
handy with grass.

Me: How is he today?

Henry: Oh. Quite beside himself.

Me: Lucky you. And the grass?

Henry: Never meaner…

Insight:

Good boys go bad or die.

Henry still thinks he’s in love
(c) Rob Goldstein 1992-2018

 

 

A Flower of Unknown Origin

Dry petals, the dust of
a memory of when
we believed we loved
each other.

(c) Rob Goldstein 2018

…running away with me

One night when Harry was five, he lapsed into the unhurried
sleep of the child and had a dream.

A battalion of gorgeously mutilated angels gathered
around Harry and sang in unison:

“He’s done it to you again!”

“Done what?” asked Harry.

But that was the end of the dream.

For the rest of his life, Harry had variations of this dream.

In one dream, Harry is an angel taunting the child, Harry.

Thus from the age of five, Harry began a hunt for God and to
his dismay, Harry found him everywhere.

(c) Rob Goldstein 1992
Image (c) Rob Goldstein 2014

Hullaba Lulu: and the Women Wicky Wacky, Woo

It’s Jazz Age Wednesdays and time for Chapter 5.2 of Hullaba Lulu
on Teagan’s Books.

For this week’s video, I mixed animation with still shots and set it to
and excerpt from Nagasaki, performed in 1928 by the Ipana Troubadours.

Where are cheeseburgers as good as money?

An illustration for Hullaba Lulu on Teagan's Books that depicts a young women sitting in front of an automat vending machine surrounded by cheeseburgers
Cheeseburgers are as good as money

Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 5.2