By Charles Caruso
Thumbing through an old telephone book can be a melancholy experience.
Always put important things in the same place.
The majestic grace of a building crane moving slowly across the morning sky.
A mot to trouble the mind’s eye.
The new chumminess between North and South Korea foreshadows
the end of U.S. Influence in the Far East.
Cane: A stick-like instrument designed to help you walk.
It can usually be found in the far corner of another room.
Even the saddest day passes.
Things run out. The bottle’s never full.
Brains and energy bring money. Money brings power.
Power brings arrogance. Arrogance brings hatred. Then the hard rain falls.
The best way to tell if you like someone: You remember their telephone number.
Mothers learn more about the world in a chat at the supermarket
than by listening to any news show.
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