Tag Archives: T.S. Eliot

The Cruelty of Spring

I wonder if I just might finally get what T.S. Eliot may have meant, when he wrote that April is the cruellest month.  Or let’s say March, given that we here in the Southern USA are about three weeks ahead … Continue reading

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Wicked Optimism, Comprehensive Gloom, Paulian Agape

So – the legal project’s (still) not done – something about money and will I get paid and come on! it’s the end of the year! – Enough.  Hello.  So glad to be seeing you again. We were just about … Continue reading

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