quote unquote sentence

Scattered, working on sentences out of context.  Had seven things I was going to do for art today, wide ranging, free music to see, yardsale benefit thing to help at, book I read to write up notes about, new books to start, but don’t want to do anything.  It’s so pretty outside it practically hurts, 3/4 of the way opposite of how the harvest moon the other night felt.  There’s a bird going on outside that if it’s not a grackle it should be b/c it sounds as bad as that sounds.  Yesterday the people who drum in my neighborhood were annoying to me for the first time ever.  I think I am jealous of something about art and it’s making it hard to think, or hormones.  That last “sentence” I just wrote is constructed like a lot of sentences in my book.  Making a book is a matter of when you come across something recognizing whether or not it’s part of the book.

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2 Responses to quote unquote sentence

  1. Tim Ramick says:

    “I think I am jealous of something about art and it’s making it hard to think, or hormones.”

    Thrilling, grammatically incorrect, syntax. Humor is in the syntax (Faulkner, Kafka, Beckett, Stein, etc.). As is most poignancy, most tenderness, observational strain, the writer’s personality.

    By the way, if you’re needing/wanting a work-in-progress reader…

  2. lucy says:

    holy cow you will be hearing from me mister.

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