19 comments on “A Life in Three Acts

  1. It is the story of jedermann: the choice we make to do the one thing we do eliminates the possibility of doing so many other things. I distrust the man who says he has no regrets at the end of his life . . .

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  2. Like Ancient Skies, I think this piece is beautiful, and yet so very sad. The piece brings to mind a few people I know, who are too afraid to live and so stick to that one thing they feel they are really good at…

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  3. It is a strange thing interpretation – I see this as a truthful and happy poem, to do that which you set out to do, comes at a cost, sure, but how wonderfully fulfilling.

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