A New Year’s Greeting for 2008

From the world of KadmusArts in 2008:

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We look forward to what you will create next year!

From all of us at KadmusArts
Wishing you a great 2008!

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5 Responses to “A New Year’s Greeting for 2008”

  1. Joanne Pottlitzer
    December 27th, 2007 12:35

    Inspirational! Thank you.

  2. Geert Nijhof
    December 27th, 2007 12:51

    Let us bring the world more together with the help of folklore.

  3. Andre Gahrmann
    December 27th, 2007 14:36

    Looks great. Happy Newyear

  4. Derek Smith
    December 27th, 2007 16:17

    Congratulations on this fine slide show and your hard work. There’s a lot of great “stuff” out there!!

  5. ton delemarfre
    January 7th, 2008 12:09

    To/Oon a Christmas icon painted by Ada

    Angels, who believes
    iIn them nowadays/still?
    Not to speak about/Let alone a virginal birth
    Was it a stable; was it Bethlehem, are you/for sure?

    We don’t have more handhold than/can only be certain about those Magi
    The three Kings of the Orient: Melchior, Balthasar, Casper
    Who left their palaces on/because of a rumour?

    With dromedaries and camels
    A long journey following a star
    Were they wise? WhatWhat has come over you/ goes on in your mind?

    What goes on in your mind? Your securities?
    Or your ignorance, your believef?
    Your believef in what exactly? In a child

    An asylum seeker’s child in a camper/caravan
    You have to go deep through/into the dust
    The dust of gold, incense, bitter myrrh

    You may find lousy/course types next to you: illiterates
    Awakened from their sleep because angels can sing so loud
    And convincinglyble nice: Listen

    TTthey must although exist, though, those heavenly ghosts/spirits
    They have retired themselves for a time/temporarily
    Into a cave. They have ages/plenty of time They are comeing along/are on their way

    To Kkneeling down is not en vogue any more Spirituality is allowed
    And high/ heavenly music from the seven spheres fits in
    AWith a uUniverse consisting of milliards/billions of strings

    The unrhymed/paradox creates poems nowadays
    The weakest, the most insignificant
    Is our salvation, a newborn child

    What do we know about a star?
    What about death? What about life?
    We come from and faraway and go from and to to faraway places

    We are surrounded by mysteries
    OWe live out of/our lives based on our longings/desires and hopes
    For a child has been given to us to-day

    Dordrecht, 30 of November 2007

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