Tuesday, October 09, 2007

The Heart of the Matter

It was heartwarming, indeed, to read the attempts of a man with a heart of gold to demonstrate how arteries and arterioles have been so coldheartedly rejected by the literary world. Although he clearly followed his heart, his attempt was somewhat half-hearted, as he neglected the heart and soul of literary prose.

But we need not have a broken heart, or heart of lead, since in times of heartache, the heart is the only broken instrument that works.


PS: Don't be heartless: any bleeding hearts want to add more?

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Sid Schwab said...

As a cardia-carrying member of the blogging community, it cuts to the cor when I am mocked, although it was heartly fatal. In fact, I'm heartened to be noticed at all. When you are awarded kingship of the blogosphere, I'll be there for the coronation.

Allen said...

You guys are giving me heartburn.


DrWes said...

Thanks for your heartfelt comments.