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Imprisoned Souls

incarcerated in a hollow space devoid of freedom and fulfillment, I am shadowed with an uncertainty of

whether you are the rotten flowers blooming on noxious soils, with their ominous tendrils looming to strangle and bedevil me, … 38 more words


Literary Doodle: The Flood

This promises to make for an interesting read.

Eastward, southward, there are no more gardens. Every scrap of land has a building on it. Light shears between blackened towers in the east, scraping against the rain-washed sky.

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Historical Doodle: Dali is a prick

Check out this note of Henry Miller calling Dali a prick:

Priceless. By the same token, apparently Henry Miller was a douche.

Sauce: http://www.openculture.com/2013/09/dali-is-the-biggest-prick-of-the-20th-century.html

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Literary Doodle: The Old Man and the Sea

Is my preference for Ernest becoming obvious?

He always thought of the sea as la mar which is what people call her in Spanish when they love her.

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Literary Doodle: The Turn of the Screw

Kickin’ it old-school with some Henry James re-reading.

I scarce know how to put my story into words that shall be a credible picture of my state of mind; but I was in these days literally able to find a joy in the extraordinary flight of heroism the occasion demanded of me.

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Literary Doodle: Leaves of Grass

Out of the rolling ocean the crowd came a drop gently to me,
Whispering I love you, before long I die,
I have travel’d a long way merely to look on you to touch you,

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Literary Doodle: Les Miserables

Watched the film adaptation of the musical adaptation of the novel yesterday – note that I did not weep like a baby . What stuck with me was how awesome the Bishop is. 216 more words

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