William Michaelian

Poems, Notes, and Drawings

A C-Minus Paper at Ten Thousand Feet

Two and a half miles: frogs the first time around, robins and owls the second. Forty-one degrees. Sandal-free and completely barefoot for a distance of three houses.

To reflect the world, and everything and everyone in it, as clearly and truly as a high mountain lake; and when looking into that lake, to see the world and everything and everyone it.

In school we were taught not to use incomplete sentences.

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Categories: Sweet Sleep and Bare Feet

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2 replies

  1. Unvollständige Sätzen regen mich zum Denken an, lächel, man kann sie gut selbst vollenden, doch mit der Ungewissheit, ob die Vollendung tatsächlich stimmt. Aber auch das hat was.
    Herzlichst, Edith

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  2. Ah, dear Edith, yours are the words of a real teacher.

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