Thursday, June 26, 2008


He devotes all his energy to not writing, so that, writing, he should write out of failure, in failure's intesity.

One must just write, in uncertainty and in necessity.

Maurice Blanchot, The Writing of the Disaster

Although it could have been Beckett, too.

1 comment:

CM said...

we imagine the famous writer
believe they were mostly dignified

here is where they lived
here is where they wrote

a white starched tablecloth
under a window