1978-1986 : For Dennis McCafferty and Michael Sullivan.
If I were to write a good sentence which by accident turned out to consist of two rhyming lines, that would be a blunder.
— Ludwig Wittgenstein, Culture and Value (1980)
“Knowledge of physical science will not console me for ignorance of morality in a time of affliction, but knowledge of morality will always console me for ignorance of physical science.” — Blaise Pascal
“Only poetry can save us.” — Martin Heidegger
* “the Whale”: originally a fish that evolved into a land-treading mammal only to then return to the sea, it is the nickname given to the author–who left Europe to go to the United States only to finally return to the Old Continent–by the American poet Gregory Corso.
“The more time goes by, the less The Hundred Years War appears long.” — Yvan Audouard, Pensées provisoirement définitives (2002).
The Woods of Feronia. Part One.
2000-2006 : For Tove.
being a Farewell Letter in Verse
to Relatives, Friends, and Acquaintances