WHY (AGAIN) DO I WRITE?
To make and leave behind a memorandum of my presence as a human being and of my development in mind, heart and soul: Kilroy was here!
I write to work these matters out and play my way to clarity.
My life is an itch and writing is how I scratch it, etching a record on life’s desktop.
I write to answer my own questions, since only when I put them clearly to myself, sit down and stare at them, then loosen my gaze and listen within, do I get inklings of answers to ink on the page.