I find this letter to you will be weighed down by two competing concerns.
First, I think I fell a little in love with you. This is by far the larger of the two matters, the one that made gravity's pull seem a suggestion, not a law. It is an idea: short, simply stated, and done.
Second, I'm not sure how best to get this to you. What delivery system will reach you? What address? What stamp? Gravity returns.
One matter seems so ephemeral. One so material. I guess that's the point, right?
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Thomas Pynchon | The Crying of Lot 49 | 1966