The Best Story, the True Myth, a poem

Over at Bittersweet Life, Ariel has posted a poem about the choice we make each day in how we see the world. Here’s a snippet:

Every story that has inner beauty,
That strikes a note and holds it
In our hearts and minds,
Is an echo of the one Story—
Wild and frightening and wonderful.

As a writer there can be nothing more depressing than slaving over words and putting them out for the world to see and then hearing nothing in return. So do him this kindness: go there and read the poem and then leave him a comment. It doesn’t have to be long, in fact, it can even be disagreement. You should also bookmark his site while your there. It’s a great read.

6 thoughts on “The Best Story, the True Myth, a poem”

  1. I just wanted to drop in to say thanks for your well reasoned comments on my blog. Thanks also for helping me discover your blog. I’ll certainly be checking in regularly from now on.

  2. I just wanted to drop in to say thanks for your well reasoned comments on my blog. Thanks also for helping me discover your blog. I’ll certainly be checking in regularly from now on.

  3. Ariel,
    No problem. It’s always good to read the stuff you write.

    Rodney,
    It was good to find your blog as well. To give proper credit, it was Ariel that pointed out the way. Glad to hear you’ll be checking back, and you sir, have been blogrolled.

    Take care,
    Charles

  4. Ariel,
    No problem. It’s always good to read the stuff you write.

    Rodney,
    It was good to find your blog as well. To give proper credit, it was Ariel that pointed out the way. Glad to hear you’ll be checking back, and you sir, have been blogrolled.

    Take care,
    Charles

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