Isamu Constantin Frida

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« During this recording I could not recall the name: Pete Seeger.  The American sang Guantanamera made from the poem by the Cuban writer and revolutionary Jose Marti.  Each man left an artistic legacy, and each man was a contributor to at least one revolution.  There are countless examples of people whose lives connect for what proves to be good reason, but circumstances alone make that chance meeting so highly improbable that fate must be the cause not chance.  Dear kind readers: If you were to search: Pete Seeger Guantanamera you are likely to find Pete as a young man singing the lyrics written by Jose Marti.  Pete was already influenced by the work of a Cuban man who had died a half century earlier.  Another example of these meetings better explained by fate than by chance is Isamu Noguchi and Constantin Brancusi.  In addition to each man being in a country that was not his own, the men did not share a common language, and Constantin had social problems.  Constantin seemed to not like anyone though he liked and mentored Isamu.  Isamu also has a brief love affair and to-death friendship with Frida Kahlo.  Dear kind readers: If these Isamu meetings do not seem awesome to you, then please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor, invest a few minutes in each of these three people: Constantin Brancusi, Frida Kahlo, and Isamu Noguchi.  Ask yourself: What are the chances the American studying under the Romanian and having sex with the Mexican?  To me the chances are near zero, which makes these hookups awesome.  Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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