The Moron

May 26, 2011


“My father said that we’d all end up in a box. Buried in memories. Death is no mistake. Life was an explosion that we live in. Everyone was headed in different directions with a common goal. Nothing makes sense in the unexamined life. What counts are the lies you get away with. Father was one of those young men called the baby boomers who never had to prove their metal in war or desperation, and thus remained eternally angry. And their anger ate them up inside, made them hungry and dissatisfied. I hated my father. He never thought I existed.”

An excerpt from my enovel ‘The Moron’. Available at Smashwords for FREE.

5 Responses to “The Moron”

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  2. Thank you for a great post.

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