Gone Marrying …

It’s happening, folks. I was thinking of quoting from Gregory Corso’s Marriage, or maybe Soren Kierkegaard’s Either/Or, or else some Italian poet from the 14th century.*

But what can words say? I’m in love and I’m off to get married. Right now, those are the only words I got.

We’re outta here! LitKicks will be back and open for more fun and adventure in mid-July. Mazel Tov to us all!

* = “What name to call you by, I know not, for your looks are not of earth And more than mortal seem your countenances”, Petrarch

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