The invention of printing originally promoted mutual understanding. In the era of graphomania the writing of books has the opposite effect: everyone surrounds himself with his own writings as with a wall of mirrors cutting off all voices from without.
    Milan Kundera
It is not enough to go on for ever acquiring experience. Life is too short for that, there comes a time when one should produce; if one were to die acquiring experience, where would be its profits?
    Charles Péguy

Prose Poems
Interdivinity NEW
Are You Sure? NEW
Beauty NEW
BookcrossingThe Enemy of Art
UnputdownableSuperb Physics
WackyThe Entropy
ShowdownUp with the Spring