How many Catholic priests does it take to change a lightbulb?
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Reading: Vulture by Robinson Jeffers
Meditation on humor
Breathe in. Think of the ridiculousness of life, the absurdity of existence, mortal or otherwise, the laughable preoccupations of breathing animals, the inane schemes devised by homo sapiens to cope with all that, and finally the splendid endeavour to derive from it the source of mere funnyness. We are asking if humor is our best ...
Reading: Winged And Acid Dark by Robert Hass
Robert Hass (b. 1941) is another famous American poet who served as Poet Laureate of that immense country and won a Pulitzer prize. I read one of his poems today that I think is representative. In other words: vintage Hass: Winged and acid dark A sentence with "dappled shadow" in it. Something not sayable spurting ...