Rus in Urbe

PM000000110000002831 15: 2012 § Leave a comment

My response to Johannes’ second incentive which I presented at the last meeting.  Something about the words he used to express his feelings whilst wandering within the urban landscape, struck a chord with me – that indefinable searching for something, a feeling of being on the outside, looking in.

They say that home is where the heart is but I am torn between my two homes – the city and the country. My loyalties are divided: when I am in the country, I miss the excitement and buzz of the city; when I am in the city, I long for the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. In this meditation on the nature of home I have combined the sights of one with the sounds of the other. Perhaps, after all, I can have the best of both worlds……

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