Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Mews in Doubt: Taking the Road Less Traveled. And Then Some.

"I could've moved to New York.  Los Angeles.  London. And then some to pursue my writing.  Yet the tall firs of Oregon are my lanky muses, the soggy, sweet air my sanguine refuge. I wonder-if ever-that my sane, quiet voice will be heard in this motley wilderness.  Still, sometimes, another says it best.  Might I remind you of Robert Frost, a great mind and a greater writer, and a gentleman who shall not be forgotten;  'A civilized society is one which tolerates eccentricity to the point of doubtful sanity.' Chew on that my friends.  Chew.  And listen to this if you have a moment;"


  1. Very interesting - and we think that Robert Frost was pretty right with that one.

  2. Robert Frost was a gentleman and a man of profound words...not unlike you, Mr. Mews.


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