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Fiction for the Spoken Word
by:  Good Story Saloon
e-mail:  mikekennedy@goodstorysaloon.com
web:  http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMX-gWZQGvdo9xovZTl-ZOA/videos?flow=list&live_view=500&view=0&sort=p
Visit YouTube Channel to enjoy the narration of Contemporary American short stories, perfect listening in that first hour after they’ve all left the office. Mix yourself a tall, cool one. Put your feet up. Transport. Transcend. Sublimate.
January 15, 2020

Fiction for the Spoken Word

“Lady, how can it chance that this will longer last: a living image carved from quarries vast—than its own maker who dies so presently? See that time is breaking faith with me. Perhaps on both of us long life can I bestow, either in color or in stone. So that a thousand years after we die, we may be seen: how fair thou were, and I how full of woe.”

From “Art in the Service of Love” by Michelangelo, translated by Longfellow.