Wednesday, November 10, 2010
One does not choose one's subject matter; one submits to it, Gustave Flaubert.
It has been my experience that we do not perceive or write about things as they are, but, rather, we perceive or write about things as we are, Peter Ives.
It is impossible to write meaningless sequences. In a sense the next thing always belongs. In the world of imagination, all things belong, Richard Hugo
Every man's work...is always a portrait of himself, Samuel Butler
Language led me on, in the most fulfilling way. It permitted me to learn what was on my mind..., Sydney Lea
Any real communication is exciting, Mariana Torgovnick
If my mind could gain firm footing, I would not make essays; I would make decisions, Michel de Montaigne
"Only silence perfects silence," A. R. Ammons.
"Conversation" via BrianSolis.com