Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
I like this.Lots.
I love poems that transform the ordinary. I'll never be able to peel an orange again without thinking of these lines!
Thank you both. And to think it took me only fifty-three years to write it...
William - I just sent you an e-mail but I'm not sure its the one that I've used in the past. Anyway, without giving too much away, I just wanted you - and everybody else - to know what a powerful book "The Painting of You" is. Among all its other qualities, it might be the quietest book I have ever read.Simply amazing.
Kevin, I did receive your email — in fact I had just signed in when it arrived.I’m deeply moved by your kind, perceptive letter, as well as your comment here.And grateful.Thanks again.
It's those suicide hands, they jump out at you, such a shock. I see the knife slip and blood red on orange.
Interesting ... this would be quite a place to start a story or film.
Very fine, moving, remarkable poem.
John, thanks very much.
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