Past and future, cover and back of this day, as if it were a book. A day-book!
Will yours be comedic, dramatic – farcical, serious?
At day’s end, we’ll all have a story to tell. Mine? Scheduled – planned out in advance, meetings, touring properties, an interview, a lunch, a pile of work, a mountain of calls, a dog to walk, errands waiting …
Will there be plot intersections, or just intersections? Pain, pleasure, growth, denouement? Yes. No. Maybe. Every conversation we have holds within it opportunity to be a one-act play, memorable and meaningful – or simply taking up time and space. Today, our year’s longest, will be filled with conversations. Plays. And play. Beyond my plan, there will be surprises. Wonderful surprises. Can’t wait!
What kind of play are you writing today?
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk with Gusta: 10C/50F, birds chirping at 4:30 pulled me outside, placed my in twilight; Gusta finally found a dumping place/ploy to walk further I’m sure; clear sky is the auditorium, curtain of blue-gray cloud on the north-east horizon is pierced by magenta shards of morning, this summer solstice show is opening, curtain going up – one show only, this day!
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