George Lok Yee Chang 陳樂儀

A Streak of Light



Writings by Gary Michael Dault
based on Lee Ka-sing's photographs
from LIGHT READINGS series

(Photograph by Lee Ka-sing - A Gathering in the Late Afternoon)


#146: A Gathering in the Late Afternoon

Painting the Angel

He made one wing white
and the second wing red

which sharpened the eye
and streamlined the head

the angel spun round
in prismatic disgrace

while the painter grew rich
from the egg on his face

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Caffeine Reveries
by Shelley Savor

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by Fiona Smyth

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Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee

Madagascar (March 2010) – What strikes me when travelling is the resiliency of women, the strength in the eyes, the kindness and curiosity of heart, the intensity to give all to the brief experience. Strangers passing one another by; the flash of a smile, the click of the camera. In a blink; it's the mind's eye that remembers what the lens could not capture.

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Tabletop Studio
by Gary Michael Dault

No. 207. Big Bird.

There were birds again. He could hear them twittering and chirring outside his studio window. Painting one was to be part of his Spring Fever. He was petty far along with the task when McDowell trudged into the studio and stood behind him, watching. "It's a bird," he said, answering the mannequin's unspoken question. "What's that?" McDowell asked him.

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by Kai Chan

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