The spot to be

I’ve been trying to figure out if the spot between art, religion and science is ice-cream. Or if ice-cream is an excuse. A person perhaps, or the bell tower upside down, kind of.  Philosophy? Matters ultimate disclosure. Ever-changing. I didn’t really place the spot, to the left of ice-cream shop in freezer, in accordance to or, to deliberately conjure such disparities. It was placed there to hide a word from the previous page. Relaxing. Which is now not hidden. Remembering the words context, is unknown, and turning the page backwards to find out seems as silly as ordering only one scoop, not two. I like the spot. It seems to link the previous drawing, of which had a red arrow, to this one.

ice cream shop in freezer

22 responses to The spot to be

  1. Ought to be a cat, orange with yellow eyes, on that shelf above. I keep looking and, sadly, not. What that has to do with ice cream or spot, I don’t know

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Oh Roberto, you gem. I actually came across a similar cat, yesterday on my walk turned hike, which was resting next to a front door mat with foot shapes on. So cute!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        oh, what a pumpkin of a label. There are heaps of cats here, which is nice, also dogs to pat

  2. Turning the page backwards; time travel without having to break the speed of light…ice cream flavours long forgotten…before the scoop was invented

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      and invention itself, a mish mash of sorts, when something as simple as ice-cream finds itself in the sun

      • Once, at The Eifel Tower I saw a fat American chap devour a massive piece of ice cream sat comfortably in a cone, in just one mouthful…so worried was he about the sunshine.

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