Are you trying to spoil me? Rose syrup and a rose sky to go with it. 🙂 * Over the weekend, I finished reading Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, a favorite book now as the first time I’d read it long ago I didn’t get it as much but knew…… Continue reading Some Literary Criticism: Marquez
“We are not simple as our friends would have us to meet their needs. Yet love is simple.”—Virginia Woolf, The Waves*Earlier: A Note For The Morning
I wished to give more books away and maybe find a novel to read as I hadn’t gotten into many novels at all in the most recent ones, although I do remember laughing at certain passages in Light In August by William Faulkner and needing to place a finger over my lips to not do so. Yesterday,…… Continue reading I Found Another Little Adventure
It’s unlikely you’ll find me making any impressive origami; it is an art that has many times eluded me. But I like to have a pure bookmark like this one and I’ll fold it gently as one might smooth a woman’s hair who looks especially pretty.
Besides maybe two sentences describing something in nature and a couple of descriptions of physical beauty without judgmental commentary, the only thing I liked about The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne was my own idea for me to enter the book as a character, meet the woman there, and say to her, “I am leaving here.…… Continue reading I Might Enter The Story To Leave It
I thought of The Secret Garden, how I questioned the idea of a garden just for some people and not everyone; it seemed unfair. I considered today, maybe this could be more than a garden or a public place, maybe something that isn’t a lie, but a thought of yours, a memory, or a dream may…… Continue reading A Key That Gleams
He has rarely stolen my seat like this, but anyway, there are poetry readings…A Deep Thinking Cat Who Likes Fine PoetryAnd there are…parties. Music MomentToday’s first post: A Fairy By Your Bookshelf