Ex and the City

On second thought, perhaps it would be a wise investment of my writing to go back to relationship columns…

Nothing heals the heart faster than the promise of a good story. (Actually, scotch. Scotch heals much faster. –ed.) Unfortunately, there is no better way to wound the ego. It’s really a draw.

ex and the city


One response to “Ex and the City

  1. I have a John Berryman quotation hanging on the wall opposite from where I am sitting right now. It goes: The artist is extremely lucky who is presented with the worst possible ordeal which will not actually kill him. At that point, he’s in business.”

    good to remember, I think.

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