Cryptic, yet I see some true feelings embedded within.Will you share the full meanings someday?:)
To find that one soul who’ll be your lover, sister, friend and tormentor is worth all the trouble of coming to this world.
Lydia,Thanks; yes, there are many embedded, deep feelings. The question is: did I convey them effectively and artfully? I don't know.I may share the meaning in a week or so; we'll see. If a piece of writing doesn't impart its own sense of meaning without an accompanying tutorial, I don't know that it's good writing....Thanks for reading and thinking! :)Mohamed
Lua - you got it. 100%. One day you too will be a sister, lover, friend and tormentor to a very lucky person...and he darn well better always remember how lucky he is. Enjoy the weekend! - Mohamed
Interesting experimentation. I'm not very familiar with these movements. I've quite a lot of what I just call surrealism in writing but haven't gone much further.
Thanks, Charles! Whether I call it literary cubism or absurdism or plain old non-fiction narrative, what matters most is the emotional and/or intellectual impact that a piece of writing gives the reader. If it fails there, it doesn't matter how fancy a label you give it.Hey, I enjoyed your blog post on your recent experience publishing "Killing Trail" on Kindle. I'll be visiting your blog time-to-time to see how that works out for you.Have a great weekend, Sir, and thanks again for visiting here and sharing your thoughts.Mohamed
Beautiful and very touching. :)
Kate,Thank you! At the very least, I can assure you that it's honest.Here's hoping that you'll soon be spending your days writing, painting and sculpting,Mohamed