Sunday, September 24, 2006

Short Story

When she opened her eyes, she was sad to see that the lemon tree was still rooted firmly in the ground.


At 3:40 PM, Blogger Planet Claire said...

I love a short story. Actually I do, I really like this. And I'm not known for my love of modernist minimalism crap.

But it raises lots of questions and reminds me of that poem about the plums that were taken out of the fridge (dammit, name escapes me).


At 3:41 PM, Blogger Planet Claire said...

"This is Just To Say" by William Carlos Williams.

At 2:13 PM, Blogger Inconsequential said...


so short I read it twice :)

and it was still as good the second time round :)

shall be back, to browse your larger longer selections/offerings...

(would have read more now, but time is short and I got stuck in your tradition/habit thanksgiving piece on one of your many blogs)

At 2:13 PM, Blogger Inconsequential said...

if i read it it tradition?

At 9:48 AM, Blogger Lotus Reads said...

Hi, Jay

I like this...

Have you read any of Amy Hempel's short stories?

At 4:53 AM, Blogger Jay said...

I'm sad to say that I haven't read Williams or Hempel, but I promise to look them both up. I appreciate sending me that way.

As for tradition: I like the way you think. Maybe it is. This time next year, drinks are on me.

At 7:08 PM, Blogger Mark J said...

Great "Cellar Door" post :)

I must work on the whole brevity thing.


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