Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Carpe Diem #1235 Tongue of Lucifer

Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

Welcome at a new (very short) episode of our Haiku Kai. This month we are exploring the beauty of modern art and we are trying to become inspired by the modern arts. Yesterday e.g we had a wonderful modern art architecture in Baku, but today I love to challenge you with a modern sculpture that is placed on one of the dikes around the polder in which I live.

About this modern sculpture there was a lot of talking because the name of the sculpture, Tongue of Lucifer. Lucifer, the fallen angel of light, is seen as the devil or satan, but that's not true. He was only an angel of light expelled by God, because he (Lucifer) wanted to have the same powers as God.

For your inspiration I have a beautiful image of the "Tongue of Lucifer" (made by the Dutch artist Rudi van de Wint). This episode you can see as a Carpe Diem Imagination episode, use the image for your inspiration:

Tongue of Lucifer (Rudi van de Wint)
This episode is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until August 16th at noon (CET). I will try to publish our next episode, a new "weekend-meditation", later on. For now ... have fun!

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