Wish List

One… cave

at… the end of the world

with… multiple outlets

and… at least nine hours of daylight

no… phone calls, meetings, insurance policies, claim numbers, 100 degree weather, urgency, frivolity, overdue books, undone assignments, small talk or obligatory eating

that would be wonderful.


2 thoughts on “Wish List

  1. Well, it’s your own fault and not mine you’re not in Foyil OK, that’s all I have to say…

    That phrase is always a lie for me, but this time especially, as I purposed from the start to ask you: what do you think of T. S. Eliot? And would you want to critique a quite short story involving spells and references to Rhapsody on a Windy Night?
    I think I’m going to fiddle with it instead of going to bed.

    And who am I to talk about fault, all I want is a loft somewhere I don’t have to go to work, at one point spending an hour deleting 700+ empty photo folders created so obligingly by Microsoft Vista. It’s a feature! I just don’t know what for.

  2. Eliot doesn’t cross my mind much, and it’s mostly a non-event when it does happen. No open scorn (like I have for some), I just don’t get the hype. That means, of course, that I wouldn’t get the references, which may make you feel sadly under-appreciated. But I will gladly critique anything you want to send me. Be forewarned though, I’m feeling effervescently critical. Keep well away from me anything you don’t want unsympathetically shredded.

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