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life savers

Did a lot of reading and re-connecting and writing. Read some of Tost's Complex Sleep, Theodore Enslin's Then, And Now, and Susan Steward's Poetry and the Fate of the Senses. God I miss reading and thinking. Only teaching for four hours on a Friday is helping me recover. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy is also a life saver. I listen to the BBC radio recording at night and drift off.

Three hours teaching Saturday and I am free again. Tomorrow: a printer and a light bulb.


Cantadora -;) said…
Awake at night--
the sound of the water jar
cracking in the cold...

Matsuo Basho

- instead of.
postpran said…
nice. Love basho :-)
Cantadora said…
Did you read the earlier comment? -;) Kamila

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