Goethe go round


Goethe and merry go round

Originally uploaded by Ron Coleman.
Surely I am not the first person to record the odd juxtaposition of Goethe and a merry go round in Bryant Park in New York.

4 Responses to “Goethe go round”

  1. Jack Says:

    I don’t know Ron.

    What Goethe around comes around.

    Yeah, I know that’s not good German, but it is good philosophy.


  2. jaded topaz Says:

    Goethe, is probally trying to subliminally hypersensitize the park dwellers to the important philosophy of the hypsistarians.
    And just trying to make a few friendly suggestions to the Bryant Park Merry Go Round park dwellers in terms of getting high.
    Those lights in the carousel sky are just a spiritual illusion sometimes and may not always be blinking, especially when you dont pay the fees.
    The music could be quite distracting /annoying /repetitive or from another era entirely.
    But its not the carousel career you mount, its how hard you faithfully hold on to the G-d you deem “most high”.
    And as you hold on tight to the carousel character career you chose to mount, faith in the “most high” G-d is what the rigid circutuitious cycles of life are all about.Holidays included.
    Questions to ponder as you merry go round in Bryant park :
    How high is your G-d. Are you on a religious high cuz of him yet ? When will ice skating replace the patch of grass for tanning.How is November right around the corner.Who does the park’s garden decorating and design.


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