13 David Berman Quotes on Lyrics, Actual Air and Parenthood - Quotes.pub

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This is meant to be in praise of the interval called hangover,a sadness not co-terminous with hopelessness,and the North American doubling cascadethat (keep going) “this diamond lake is a photo lab”and if predicates really do propel the plotthen you might see Jerusalem in a soap bubbleor the appliance failures on Olive Streetacross these great instances,because “the complex Italians versus the basic Italians”because what does a mirror look like (when it´s not working)but birds singing a full tone higher in the sunshine.I´m going to call them Honest Eyes until I know if they are,in the interval called slam clicker, Realm of Pacific,because the second language wouldn´t let me learn itbecause I have heard of you for a long time occasionallybecause diet cards may be the recovery evergreenand there is a new benzodiazepene called Distance,anti-showmanship, anti-showmanship, anti-showmanship.I suppose a broken window is not symbolicunless symbolic means broken, which I think it sorta does,and when the phone jangleswhat´s more radical, the snow or the tires,and what does the Bible say about metal fatigueand why do mothers carry big scratched-up sunglassesin their purses.Hello to the era of going to the store to buy more icebecause we are running out.Hello to feelings that arrive unintroduced.Hello to the nonfunctional sprig of parsleyand the game of finding meaning in coincidence.Because there is a second mind in the margins of the used bookbecause Judas Priest (source: Firestone Library)sang a song called Stained Class,because this world is 66% Then and 33% Now,and if you wake up thinking “feeling is a skill now”or “even this glass of water seems complicated now”and a phrase from a men´s magazine (like single-district cognac)rings and rings in your neck,then let the consequent misunderstandings(let the changer love the changed)wobble on heartbreakingly nu legsinto this street-legal nonfiction,into this good world,this warm placethat I love with all my heart,anti-showmanship, anti-showmanship, anti-showmanship.