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From a Notebook Lost: The Same and The Other 37

How long shall we.. How long must we.. How long will we tarry here and there? Whether it be merely physical or mental or yet in a sense or senseless. 182 more words

Waiting

The following was written for the Christian Flash Weekly Event #20 – please click through to see the eligible submissions (this is ineligible for the event itself as it borrows its characters and setting from the play ‘Waiting for Godot’ by Samuel Beckett). 679 more words

Bible

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This is a short story I wrote last weekend, which I have posted on my new sister blog, "More Than Dreamt Of", which I am using for fiction. Hope you enjoy!

Waiting

The following was written for the Christian Flash Weekly Event #20 – please click through to see the eligible submissions (this is ineligible for the event itself as it borrows its characters and setting from the play ‘Waiting for Godot’ by Samuel Beckett). 679 more words

Bible

Badiou on Beckett

rest then my mistakes are my life the knees draw up the back bends the head comes to rest on the sack between the hands my sack my body all mine all these parts every part…

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Book Review

From a Notebook Lost: The Same and The Other 36

Have you come to ask questions of no known origin and in fact have no known answers? To make a fool of me for not knowing when in fact you know not as well, and are indeed a fool for asking? 200 more words

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What if instead of jumping I were to do nothing? Stay put, run in place, wait here in front of this willow grown wild from the wet upstate summer — that lush — align my tears with those trailing down behind this pale green widow traipsing toward winter and its forced end to mourning — finis les pleurs! 91 more words

Fiction