Thursday, January 29, 2009

Sheep and Books and the Poetry of
Garrison Keillor

In today’s Baltimore Sun, the wonderful Garrison Keillor wrestles with the “struggle for inner tranquility amid unread books:”
It is God that has made us and not we ourselves, we are his people and the sheep of his pasture, and George W. Bush is no longer the top sheep. Altogether a cause for rejoicing as we forge ahead in the struggle to achieve inner tranquility, which for me the other morning included misplaced glasses, a madcap dash to the airport, and en route in the taxi a call from my wife saying, “You forgot your billfold.” One more sheep with a thorn in his hoof.
The books come into play later in the piece, but it’s poetry, any way you slice it. The full piece is here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is a wizard. He has the knack to make the mundane a twist of fate with humor. Long live.
Thank you
Jo Ann Hernandez

Friday, January 30, 2009 at 6:20:00 PM PST  

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