Famous After Death Alain-Fournier (1886 - 1914) Look at the face of that young man. Sharp intelligence. Very talented. A literary critic by 24. A poet. An essayist and a novelist. Dead at only 27. The son of a school teacher, Alain was forced to pause his studies in 1907 in order to do military service. By this time he had already published some essays, stories and poems. These were later republished in a collection called Miracles, ten years after his death. During this time
Backpeddling I never realised how far back it went How entwined In depth Intermingled Until self-deception dissolved. Sure, I can pretend that I ‘knew it all along’ That postmodern reflection That saves the face In lieu of Facing the shame. What do you think it means? Can you relate? Do you know people like this?
Are we all a bit like this? Feedback welcomed. Hope you're having a good week. Peace.
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