EVEN IN THE MOST ORIGINAL AND IMAGINATIVE narratives, it is common to start somewhere identifiable and familiar to the reader. This is a universal element of literature, the establishment of a reference point, a commonality. As much as I would like to start the insanity with the first sentence, and I really, really would, it is inconceivable if you intend to be understood. If not… Continue reading Sometimes a Cigar is More than a Cigar: Allegory
Goodbye Earth, 1994
goodbye pretty things I’ve seen.
goodbye to leaves that drift in wind.
goodbye those who forever wait.
goodbye to the endless why’s.
goodbye little life of mine.