The full poem “Eighteen Days Without You” by Anne Sexton- my favorite winter, December poem.
In 2015, I made an effort to dedicate more time to reading. This is a list of a few books I fell in love with in 2015.
Some days lately things made sense, but mostly they did not.
and remember this:
the page you are looking at
I once typed the words
with you in mind
under a yellow
with the radio
“I would like to be the air that inhabits you for a moment only. I would like to be that unnoticed and that necessary.” – Margaret Atwood
Charles Bukowski’s poem Alone With Everybody. “..we are all trapped
by a singular
nobody ever finds
Then I think of you in bed,
your tongue half chocolate, half ocean… Eighteen Days Without You by Anne Sexton.
The art of losing isn’t hard to master… full poem One Art Elizabeth Bishop
A short piece of prose explaining why you should date a girl who reads.
“your life is your life
don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission.
be on the watch.
there are ways out..” by Charles Bukowski
The world is in mourning at the news of Robin Williams death yesterday, taken apparently by his own hand.
RIP Mr Williams.
The short story by Jo Ann Beard titled The Fourth State of Matter, taken from her book, The Boys of My Youth.
Complete poem of Rowing by Anne Sexton. A story, a story!
(Let it go. Let it come.)
Kurt Vonnegut’s list of 8 tips for writing fiction, from his book, “How to Write with Style.”
Eureka! My love of writing is permissible. Presenting an entire list of reasons why dating a writer is pretty awesome from time to time.
“Why don’t you dance?”
“I don’t think so,” the boy said.
“Go ahead,” the man said. “It’s my yard. You can dance if you want to.”