Didier Leclair

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didierleclair:

“But especially he loved to run in the dim twilight of the summer midnights, listening to the subdued and sleepy murmurs of the forest, reading signs and sounds as a man may read a book, and seeking for the mysterious something that called — called, waking or sleeping, at all times, for him to come.” ― JACK LONDON, The Call of the Wild

didierleclair:

But especially he loved to run in the dim twilight of the summer midnights, listening to the subdued and sleepy murmurs of the forest, reading signs and sounds as a man may read a book, and seeking for the mysterious something that called — called, waking or sleeping, at all times, for him to come.
JACK LONDON, The Call of the Wild

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didierleclair:

Reading is important - read between the lines. Don’t swallow everythingGwendolyn Brooks
La lecture est importante. Lisez entre les lignes. N’avalez pas tout.Gwendolyn Brooks 

didierleclair:

Reading is important - read between the lines. Don’t swallow everything
Gwendolyn Brooks

La lecture est importante. Lisez entre les lignes. N’avalez pas tout.
Gwendolyn Brooks 

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didierleclair:

The problem is all inside your headShe said to meThe answer is easy if youTake it logicallyI’d like to help you in your struggleTo be freeThere must be fifty waysTo leave your lover
Pic: Sophie Milman(song by Paul Simon) 

didierleclair:

The problem is all inside your head
She said to me
The answer is easy if you
Take it logically
I’d like to help you in your struggle
To be free
There must be fifty ways
To leave your lover

Pic: Sophie Milman
(song by Paul Simon

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didierleclair:

WHAT’S ON YOUR DESK?Light of August by Faulkner, Under the Volcano. Tsvetaeva, Dickinson, Plath are there. Before writing, I read one page of one or the other. Everyday before starting, just to help me get on to it.Marie N’Diaye 
QU’AVEZ-VOUS SUR VOTRE BUREAU?Lumière d’août de Faulkner, Au-dessous du volcan. Tsvetaeva, Dickinson, Plath sont là. Avant d’écrire, je lis une page de l’un, de l’autre. Chaque jour avant de m’y mettre, pour m’aider justement à m’y mettre.
Marie N’Diaye 

didierleclair:


WHAT’S ON YOUR DESK?
Light of August by Faulkner, Under the Volcano. Tsvetaeva, Dickinson, Plath are there. Before writing, I read one page of one or the other. Everyday before starting, just to help me get on to it.
Marie N’Diaye 

QU’AVEZ-VOUS SUR VOTRE BUREAU?
Lumière d’août de Faulkner, Au-dessous du volcan. Tsvetaeva, Dickinson, Plath sont là. Avant d’écrire, je lis une page de l’un, de l’autre. Chaque jour avant de m’y mettre, pour m’aider justement à m’y mettre.

Marie N’Diaye 

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didierleclair:


(…)They lock me in this chair at eight a.m.and there are no signs to tell the way, just the radio beating to itselfand the song that remembersmore than I. Oh, la la la, this music swims back to me.The night I came I danced a circleand was not afraid.Mister? 
ANNE SEXTON, Music swims back to me

didierleclair:

(…)
They lock me in this chair at eight a.m.
and there are no signs to tell the way, 
just the radio beating to itself
and the song that remembers
more than I. Oh, la la la, 
this music swims back to me.
The night I came I danced a circle
and was not afraid.
Mister? 

ANNE SEXTON, Music swims back to me