I don’t even consider myself a writer at times, just someone with eavesdropping and graphomaniac tendencies. I do need a new notebook.
“Justify the margins” refers to the quote from Wicked by Gregory Maguire:
Can there be a higher desire than to change the world? Not to draw Utopian blueprints, but to really order change? To revise the misshapen, reshape the mistaken, to justify the margins of this ragged error of the universe?
It’s a question I’m trying to answer. I didn’t even like the book itself all that much. I’ve read too many dystopian books to be afraid of the end of the world. Those weren’t even related thoughts.
Let’s get organized. I like lists.
Things I find it difficult to say:
- “I love you”
- “I like you”
- “I’m sorry”
- “You’re right, I’m wrong”
- “Your fly’s open”
- “Hey, read what I wrote on my blog”
We’ll see where this goes.