Monday, October 1, 2007

Aphorisms IV

A new header aphorism today by the American writer Hilda Doolittle.

Previous header aphorisms:

“We call the aspect of life beautiful, and that of death ugly. But more beautiful still is that which causes one to live to the full right up to the moment of death.”

Querelle of Brest: Jean Genet .

“Man cannot purge his body of its theme
As can the silkworm on a running thread
Spin a shroud to reconsider in.”

Rite of Spring: Djuna Barnes

“An opinion is a limit to understanding”.

Natalie Barnie

“I reserve the right to go off topic and talk about anything I damn well like”

Andy at Ciskzereda Musings

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