And the idea of love? Who told that to the world-child?'
'It didn't have to be told,' said the head. 'This idea arises of itself from that energy of belief that keeps the mountains from exploding and the seas from going up in steam. It's only a kind of cohesion that binds together possibilities that have spun together out of the blackness.'
- from The Medusa Frequency
One day Sister Brute said to her mama, 'All I have is tiredness and kicks and bruises.'
'Maybe that is because you have been loving only a hard stone and a kicking dog,' said Mama Brute.
'What else is there to love?' said Sister Brute.
- from The Little Brute Family or The Stone Doll of Sister Brute (tbc)
"I think it's nice that there are all different kinds of lunches and breakfasts and dinners and snacks. I think eating is nice."
- from Bread and Jam for Frances
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