Monday, November 29, 2004


What I would like, more than anything in the world, is time to read. I picture myself with simple equipment - two square books, perhaps a pen and notebook - at the State Library, reading. I would like to peruse the letters, without the demand to quickly amalgamate all these theories and philosophies in my mind. This would be a state of contemplation, of looking over balanced sentences, in which I would pen not interrogations and rash questions, but whatever came to my mind. I would work my way through clear, restrained works, with balance. Another world, with puzzles in place of passions.


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