The occasional "nonsense." " please" or "HA" comes to life. I once read "dont be a ninny" alongside a paragraph HA!
sometimes my notes make me seem angry at the writer, I have notes all up and down my page. My notes indicate my anger and frustration with Kierkegaard or O'Brien. My notes ultimately lead to my utter frustration with not making sense of the text.
Students are modest, leaving their marks upon the shores of the page, one reads "Metaphor" another notes "irony" outside the paragraphs of a Modest proposal
As these fans who cheer from empty bleachers cheer "Yes" "Bull's-eye" "My Man" one would see exclamation points and asterisks rain down the shore of the page
Everyone has claimed the shore of the page as their own, only to show that they are not merely sitting in an armchair flipping the pages in a daze, One plants a seed of thought on the perimeter leaving their impression on the verge
If one has managed to graduate from college whitout writing "Man vs. Nature" along the shore of a page, perhaps it is time to take it a step further
you haven't read Joshua Reynolds full potential, until you have read him engulfed in Blakes furious scriblles
Irish monks even with their scriptoria jot along the perimeters of gospels brief summary's of the pain of copying by hand, a bird singing near the monks window or the natural light tha lights the page, with anonymous men riding into the future on a ship more durable than they.
Yet, the one that comes to mind, dangling from my mind like a locket- was written in a copy of Catcher in the Rye I borrowed from the library one hot summer day. I was just entering highschool, reading books in my living room, and words can not explain how my loneliness was deepened, and how sincere the world before me felt, when i found on a page...
A few grease marks, and written in soft pencil by a Beautiful girl, Who I'd never meet- "Pardon the egg sals stains, but I'm in love."
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