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On Living A Life

If you knew you were going to die today, would you look back at the days before this one and call it a life?

It’s a question I found myself asking and thinking a great deal about. 2.016 palabras más

“I loved Ludie and he was the first man I loved. Therefore, I had to go and copy myself forever afterward. What I did was to marry off little pieces of Ludie whenever I come across them.

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The Lonely Alone: Part 6 - No Certain Place to Go

Life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quickly you hardly catch it going. –Tennessee Williams

I have been a reader far longer than I have labeled myself a writer. 651 palabras más

I Am Author

Here's What I Read in August...

August was a month of some gigs, some meetings, a week of R+R in Ireland, piccolo trumpet shedding and reading. Here’s where I tell you about the reading bits… 1.181 palabras más

The Lonely Alone: Part 3 - The Heart is a Lonely Writer

And how can the dead be truly dead when they still live in the souls of those who are left behind? — Carson McCullers, from “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” 1.956 palabras más

I Am Author

McCullers: Meanness And Corruption

“Wherever you look there’s meanness and corruption. This room, this bottle of grape wine, these fruits in the basket, are all products of profit and loss. 49 palabras más

McCullers: The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter

“The Heart is a lonely hunter with only one desire! To find some lasting comfort in the arms of another’s fire…driven by a desperate hunger to the arms of a neon light, the heart is a lonely hunter when there’s no sign of love in sight!” 11 palabras más