The Caterpillar

One day the caterpillar has an impulse to begin wrapping himself in silk thread. This is odd he thinks. 

This caterpillar is older and has established himself as a respected member of  his community. 

He doesn’t wish to be ridiculed by the others but is overwhelmed by the urge to wind thread around his body. 

Finally he embarks on the strange task in full view of his peers. 

They watch the ridiculous behavior until he is completely encased in a gauzy capsule. 

Time passes,...and he is forgotten.

Repeat.

 

 

 

 

Laura Hipke © copyright 2015 all rights reserved 

 

 

The Caterpillar

By Anona O’Dell

One day, caterpillar has an impulse to wrap herself in silk thread. This is odd she thinks. 

This caterpillar is older and has established herself as a respected member of  her community.  

She doesn’t wish to be ridiculed by the others but is overwhelmed by the urge to wind thread around her body. 

 Finally she embarks on the strange task in full view of her peers.  

They watch the ridiculous behavior until she is completely encased in a gauzy capsule.  

Time passes,...and she is forgotten. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remembering Berlin
Laura Hipke
Oil paint on paper
12 X 12 inches
2007
For The "Sister City Love Slam" / Berlin
Curated by Tulsa Kinney

 
 
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Remembering Berlin
Oil paint on paper
12 X 12 inches
2007