Ostomy Memories of Great Books


SOME PEOPLE ARE TREE HUGGERS.  I’m a book fondler.  To me, they are living beings, pulsing with vibrancy, coursing with blood, sweat, and toil, the author’s arduous and heartfelt labor of love.  The best writing – books of incalculable and undeniable merit – deserve the adoration of those of us who get to read them.  Great art is appreciated in different ways:  one listens in awe to a Beethoven symphony; one stares in amazement at a Monet oil painting; one walks in wonder around a Rodin sculpture; but one picks up a written work, opens it, turns the pages slowly as one progresses through it.  We are lucky that it is reproducible and openly available.  One needn’t visit a museum or attend the Met.  A book is available to everyone by purchase or in a public library.  Thank you, Johannes Gutenberg.  

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I am a Book Hugger as well!

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There are those who say the printing industry is dying Henry, but as someone who spent many years working with ink and paper, I believe books will survive. Sadly the future of newspapers is very doubtful.

Reply to veejay

I have always shared Thomas Jefferson's disdain for newspapers, but books are a significant part of my life.  I don't even bother to subscribe to my local newspaper.


Just one look

thats all it took

caught on the hook

by hook or crook

down by the brook

in the shady nook

i read my pamphlet

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