William Michaelian

Poems, Notes, and Drawings

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I use words to show none are needed. And I smile. “Brevity Loves Company” Recently Banned Literature, February 4, 2018   Brevity As each petal is wise in the purpose and symmetry of a flower, so must be the words we choose, each an action with a will to bloom. Be brave, be brief, beware the power you wield; thoughtless use is profound abuse. Brevity is depth of character, the […]

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Certainly one of the greatest gifts we receive, and can bestow, is brevity.   Home The crack, in your face, where a flower grows. Recently Banned Literature, October 26, 2014   [ 113 ]

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