Day: Sunday, Night Sixty Seven Food: Breakfast and Dinner. Weather: Sunny and Nice. Wellness: Menstrual Cycle, Ten. Bunk Stay: Slept Well. Day: Monday, Night Sixty Eight Food: Breakfast and Dinner. Weather: Sunny and Nice. Wellness: Menstrual Cycle, Eleven. Bunk Stay: … Continue reading
Day: Thursday, Night Forty Nine Food: Breakfast: Three Cups Cream Coffee; Dinner: Turkey, Dressing, Mash Potatoes, Salad, Bread, Butter, Apple Pie. Weather: Sunny and nice. Wellness: Day Nineteen, Menstrual Cycle. Bunk Stay: Slept Well. Letter: We had a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner … Continue reading
Day: Wednesday Night, Night 13 Food: Spaghetti Lasagna, Bread and Butter, Salad with a lot of Ranch Dressing, Oatmeal Cookie, Bowl of Rice Krispies with Milk Weather: Sunny and nice. Bunk Stay: Slept well. Letter: January 30, 1935 A couple … Continue reading
Rhetoric and Poetics To understand many of the major poets in the Renaissance, the ear must be trained to hear musical ornaments. Ornaments are diphthongs and syllable counts in words and sentences. They bring to mind references from our memory. … Continue reading
I persist in mingling fiction with the strangest reality. Deserted houses, I have peopled you with exceptional friends, neither fat nor thin, neither blond nor dark, neither mad nor wise, it doesn’t matter, people I can imagine you with in … Continue reading
For whatever reason, something put me off of writing for several years. The act of writing had become difficult, and above all false. It was not the diary that bothered me, it was the terrible … Continue reading
This is the year the old ones, the old, great ones leave us alone on the road. The road leads to the sea, we have the words in our pocket, obscure directions.