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Jan Sand

Jan Sand

I was born in Manhattan, New York, grew up to the age of 12 in Brooklyn, and resided until the age of 36 in Manhattan. I took a degree in industrial design at Pratt Institute and worked in New York until I was designated field man for a New York firm for an exhibition by the US Commerce Dept in Helsinki, where I met my wife. Since then, I worked in Berlin, Paris, Tel Aviv and in the USA.
 
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 The Prince's TaleThe Prince's Tale by Jan Sand
The prince rolled his eyes.He twirled his mustache.He emitted several sighs,Shoulders shrugged with panache.
 The Quantities Of ActualityThe Quantities Of Actuality by Jan Sand
The Quantities Of ActualityIn the sense of what’s to comeIt is possible only to feel a sense of fullness unfulfilled,Most precious.As a child one mu
 PastoralPastoral by Jan Sand
PastoralWe walked, many years and long ago,Down an icy stream on naked feet.The trees were stout with age, and soYoung were we, and so incomplete,
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 The PerceiversThe Perceivers by Jan Sand
The PerceiversAlthough the physicist arrivesArrayed in quantities,And the astronomer
 RevisitationRevisitation by Jan Sand
RevisitationYou are dead. Long, long gone, I know, and yet –
 City ReminiscenceCity Reminiscence by Jan Sand
City Reminiscence In New York long agoWhen nickel coffee reigned,Above Third AvenueOn bulky structures, stained
 The Artist As A Traveler In TimeThe Artist As A Traveler In Time by Jan Sand
The Artist As A Traveler In TimeCould I move through time the way I tr
 Summer Storm, BrooklynSummer Storm, Brooklyn by Jan Sand
Summer Storm, Brooklyn There is something visceralIn the sound of distant thunderFrom the roiling underbellyOf a pregnant su
 TravelingTraveling by Jan Sand
TravelingI have stridden into hurricanes,Seen frantic trees wave hysteric armsAt rushing clouds that paid no heed,Too busy to look down.
 EvolutionEvolution by Jan Sand
There was a time, even in the early days of my short life, that humans were considered the apex attainment out of that lazy green slime that luxuriated in the rocking of the gentle waves at the edges of the primordial oceans that covered a good
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