Still Life Moves

Still Life Moves Words It s only words letters Five vowels sometimes six consonants sometimes And basically that s it Numbers are something entirely different Numbers have no limits and they stretch beyond

  • Title: Still Life Moves
  • Author: JeffMartin
  • ISBN: 9781592866762
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Words It s only words 26 letters Five vowels, sometimes six 21 consonants, sometimes 20 And basically that s it Numbers are something entirely different Numbers have no limits and they stretch beyond the stars into the suburbs of our imagination But if a war were to break out between the alphabet and arithmetic, the battle would be over before it began LogisticallWords It s only words 26 letters Five vowels, sometimes six 21 consonants, sometimes 20 And basically that s it Numbers are something entirely different Numbers have no limits and they stretch beyond the stars into the suburbs of our imagination But if a war were to break out between the alphabet and arithmetic, the battle would be over before it began Logistically, and at first glance, one would have to put his her money on the numbers They simply have manpower and infinite resources But it is not efficiency that wins a war, it is passion And deep inside every letter, be it vowel or consonant, sits a beating heart that aches to be Letters grow up dreaming to be words Words grow up dreaming to be sentences Sentences grow up dreaming to be paragraphs But deep inside every number is a calculating coldness that can never conquer true passion I am a soldier in this war.

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    About "JeffMartin"

    1. JeffMartin

      Jeff Martin is an author and editor His book, The Customer is Always Wrong The Retail Chronicles was a National Book Critics Circle Award nominee, a book club selection for Foreword Magazine and a Shelf Awareness Book of the Year His second book, My Dog Ate My Nobel Prize The Fabricated Memoirs of Jeff Martin, was released in 2009 He is a frequent contributor to Publishers Weekly, National Public Radio and co founder of Booksmart Tulsa Jeff lives with his wife in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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