Thursday, May 26, 2011

The interval

There is an age, as is now widely understood in America, which has no idea what it is doing and is engaged, off and on, in an interval of sorting out. Great suspense per-tains within each indiv-idual, and each family, but broadly speaking, exceptions in the climax of the process only prove the rule. The anomaly is the assumption of a resolution, in a life of diffraction and due dates at every turn. My friend is my friend; I am not his fault.

David Ross

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