Letters of Life

Tag: Truman Capote

Lessons in Love

First written: July 20th, 2011.  How many times have you been in love? More than once, if that’s what the question implies. The question might also imply that such a simple question is best answered with the hindsight of 20/20 vision. The nature of adolescent love is such that when things don’t work out, one… Read More ›

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The Richest of Sunlight

The blinding sunlight, sieved through the translucent window shades, lost all of its glare but none of its brilliance as it washed the walls of the living room, painting them a clean, soft white. Outside, the treetops’ gold highlights and white sky were reflected in the beveled glass panels of the kitchen doors, glinting and… Read More ›

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Friend Is Not A Verb

In the Opinion Pages of the online New York Times, Schott’s Vocab “explores news sites around the world to find words and phrases that encapsulate the times in which we live or shed light on a story of note.” The writer, Ben Schott, also chairs Weekend Competitions where readers get to offer definitions on anything… Read More ›

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