Highly esteemed critics describe the story of Woodleaf as a deliciously fun frolic
October 31, 2003 Halloween
To begin my story I have added this Preface. Here I have a link to a set of photos that I used in this story blog on Pinterest.
Let us Harken Back to The Harry Days Of Yor
Woodleaf’s Doll to Celebrate the Harry Days of Yor
The white head is a sign of plastic decay. The melting process has begun. We hold our hands over our ears to dampen the sound of low fidelity recordings of bygone music. We watch the wrestling of The Vaudevillains.
“So reign the Will there in its full brutality. Happy we, if we have turned us to the Fields of hoary eld!” by Richard Wagner Art and Religion or Religion and Art
Full Text originally appeared in Bayreuther Blätter Issue for October 1880
Eld means old
Yor Means Yesteryear
Hoary is pronounced whore, means old worn out or the white hairs on a dog muzzle when it is old.