I combined two of my own albums: Yesterday’s Gone with Wheatfield Soul. I thought it represented a feeling we all have– that “yesterday” is truly gone, and those miles of wheat fields and rural areas seem to have taken a different way to define our country.
Upstairs Margaret said abruptly, ‘I suppose it starts to happen first in the suburbs,’ and when Brad said, ‘What starts to happen?’ she said hysterically, ‘People starting to come apart.― Shirley Jackson, The Lottery and Other Stories
I added this commentary connecting these ideas:
We’re all apart:
Wheat fields, Suburbia, Cities
Art has a way of making us think, and that thinking may bring us back together again. I hope.
Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart