. A Picture of Repose A young boy’s seated on a wall that overlooks Capri, an oil painting by Dane Peter Vilhelm Carl Kyhn, where a rock ridge arises over architextured walls, with arches, domes and towers over roof and mason sprawl. The landscape artist captured a sweet momentary peace, tranquility in beige, gray, white and tan, without caprice. The boy, with blue-gray coat hung on his shoulders, sees the scene, amidst the separated, tiny plants of mainly green, upon the wall wherein he feels a calm so deep and pure, beneath a sky with few white clouds in luminous azure. He seems at ease, pleased with the stillness of that place of light, a palace in reality, ideal and all right. . . This Theatre of the Absurd Just as events from January 6th begin to be unveiled and released, of the police brutality; like scandalous, political, complicit cover-ups, it’s obvious, the government has cherry picked its clips, ensuring that the public won’t get the unvarnished truth. Kidnapped by partisans and scheming zealots, through and through, evasive FBI informants and DC police, linked up with lawyers, judges and the media elites, lawsuits were then produced by liars taken at their word, yes, crisis actors in this theatre of the absurd. . for more on Julie Kelly see here. . . Bruce Dale Wise is a poet currently residing in Texas.