Fourth coffee, seventh book, apartment looking down on train-track, knowledge’s cruelty frozen into wrinkles, his friends tried to convince him that ignorance is inviolate but with a lot of cramming he may yet know these
Eight months pregnant, Anna thumbs through glossy photographs of drought in the Horn of Africa, one more evening while her husband works the night-shift, in a play-cop uniform, patrolling the grounds of a factory. The
Forgive my gaucherie, but I must confess to stifling more than a few yawns in salons thronged with leg-crossing intellectuals who flatulently posture as they hold forth, flaunting how learned their minds are, how considered
Dare your imagination to run wild. Change is possible. Good things are coming. Believe in magic. Flip the script. Ready, set, let’s get shifty. . .
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