Sunday, September 23, 2007

"There's nothing to stop a man

from writing unless that man stops himself. If a man truly desires to write, then he will. Rejection and ridicule will only strenghten him. And the longer he is held back the stronger he will become, like a mass of rising water against a dam. There is no losing in writing; it will make your toes laugh as you sleep; it will make you stride like a tiger; it will fire the eye and put you face to face with Death. You will die a fighter, you will be honored in hell. The luck of the word. Go with it, send it. Be the Clown in the Darkness. It's funny. It's funny. One more new line ..." (Charles Bukowski)

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