Tuesday, November 23, 2010
It's funny, but emails can be a lot like haiku. There is a deliberate sparsity of language, yet the meaning can be inferred in multiple ways. Ironically, this sparsity leads toward experiential truth in the case of haiku, and toward perceived (and ofttimes misperceived) meaning in the case of mail.
On the turntable: Johnny Winter with Muddy Waters, "Live at the Tower Theater, 1977"
Posted by Edward J. Taylor at 10:12 AM
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good one--it's true.ReplyDelete