Monday, November 17, 2008



Today is one of those days when I feel dramatic and unsatisfied. On days like today, I want to recite John Donne. I'd like like to do something absurd around my peers and competitors that would later be described as both admirable and disgusting.

7 comments:

Nada said...

I have a lot of those days. Anyway, if you do something, I want to watch.

K. Lorraine Graham said...

I'm glad that I'm not the only one.

I think that my desire for drama and my sense of dissatisfaction comes from the fact that there is, in fact, no one around to watch.

sandrasimonds said...

Yes! I feel most dramatic when I am at home ready to post on my blog.

But, I think it's only healthy to feel dramatic at least one day each week.

xx

K. Lorraine Graham said...

I'm of several minds about feeling dramatic, being dramatic, and being healthy. I don't miss the drama, of, say, when I was 19. No, not at all. But still, drama is something we tend to create when we are bored or self absorbed or creative or some combination...

sandrasimonds said...

There is something sad yet fab about drama.

Ryan W. said...

I sometimes miss the drama of when I was 19. I like drama and try to feel dramatic every day and am successful about 2 out of 3 days. I feel most dramatic around noon and 10 p.m.

K. Lorraine Graham said...

Well, I often feel dramatic. But feeling dramatic and being dramatic aren't the same thing. My high drama times of day are at 8pm and 11pm.