Joseph Donahue

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Chuang Tzu asked the skull: what do you want? The skull said: to be rushing among all those who seem still tumbling from bed, to shower, to street, to work, hair still wet. The river wind must feel even fresher for them, a cold crown to their thoughts, as they marvel at the day’s news about minerals found on meteorites… I want to be, the skull said, back in New York.

Dec 5, 2012 / Books & the Arts / Joseph Donahue