Monday, February 14, 2011


The heat of a mind in the grips of an idea is defined by its vanishing point. Once the climacteric qualities of a thought vanish what is left is a carcass in a desolate plain. A critic is not privy to a vantage point but a mere taxidermist of deceased thoughts. The trick is to fill the rib cages with the right ideas, so that the animal can breathe.

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