About The Author (from What You Don’t Understand)
About The Author (from What You Don’t Understand – published 2015)
The poet Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote “How sad that most people die with a story still inside them.” Perhaps in some cases it’s for the best.
Lance spends too much time thinking about all the ways life would be different if our eyes were on top of our feet as opposed to perched over our noses.
Shoes for instance…
He doesn’t enjoy thinking thoughts like these, but grow them as he might, the beards never help. So off they come. Hairy reminders clogging up the sink, if hairs were thoughts and plumbing was being normal. Lance should know. Lance is a plumber.
Well, a plumber in the sense that you and I are plumbers.
When you get down to it, writers and truck drivers are paid to do the same thing; sit in the same spot and go all over the place. As Lance has never earned a dime from his writing he basically sets off with nobody waiting for him to arrive.
That sounds much sadder than intended but there it is.
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