I have just returned from an eye-opening trip to Lithuania with my friend. With her tireless parents, we traveled from one end of the country to the other. From Vilnius to Seduva, from Seduva to Siauliai, and then on to Kretinga, Palanga (a dip in the Baltic Sea) and down to Druskininkai on the border of Poland and Belarus.
The trip has inspired two poems so far: “Treescapes in a Cramped Domestic Space” and “The Overwhelming Panorama of Another’s Routine.” More may eek out over time.
But before that happens, here are some photos of the furniture that I saw there.