|A.E. Matheson 2016|
Thursday, January 28, 2016
January in the imaginary age of climate change. Two boys (that's just what they are in their twenties) out in the bowl playing Frisbee- in their shirt sleeves. Puddles and the wind ruffling them like little lakes. The rising walls of a great white castle. Bucket after bucket of snow packed around and then the chinks between the smooth forms filled. It is in my view now, alone after the completion of construction. A good four feet high. The last row of bucket shapes showing like crenelation around its top. My ornamental asparagus putting out more shoots, climbing the window under the sun which has finally cleared the tops of the buildings opposite. A sun that goes down, as well roll away from it, almost an hour later than it did a month ago at the solstice. Winter: more and more light.