“so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water…”   ~ William Carlos Williams (excerpt from The Red Wheelbarrow)          

drop the “I”

          “Go back to knowing that it is simple. The fun is in the busy-ness as long as it’s fun for you. And when you see that it’s just more of the same stories, all about ‘me’, drop it. You can observe what goes on benignly, but keep going. From the position of observer, take that last step. Who’s the…


                how small the day is the time of colors the rush of brightness ~ W. S. Merwin              

looking glass

            an observant author he claimed he could tell a lot about people by how many times they used “I” in a paragraph