Friday, May 14, 2010

The Flight of the Poet, Part II

He felt his fate come upon him, the jagged tear of separation from his home. And yet, in his exile from the familiar company of all that he had known,

6 comments:

Shayna Prentice said...

... ! ...

Eva said...

... and you are sure you are not cutting up books with a value?

Clowncar said...

Poor Mr. Whittier. His boyhood memories ripped away, four ragged edges mark the boundaries of his world.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Is that Abe Lincoln's fat brother?

ArtSparker said...

TFE- That is John Greenleaf Whittier, and he may be coming for you after that remark...

Titus said...

Yikes! Was not expecting malevolent scissors. Finding the book itself most intriguing, and I'm sorry, but I am still laughing at TFE's comment.