Ray Bradbury died 2 days ago and the writing, sci-fi, and internet world mourned his loss. It was amazing to see how many people were moved by his works. And on the “I still have faith in humanity” front, an amazing comment by Kip Russell was made on i09. Here it is:
Somewhere in America, a boy tap-dances a on a tuned segment of discarded wooden sidewalk, calling his friends to run over the hills by moonlight…
Out on the Veldt, the animals pause for a moment, as though something unseen had passed through their midst…
Somewhere on Mars, a new silver fire is burning to welcome him…
By the river, a Book stops it’s recitation for the day, to remember a fine man who wrote such fine, fine things.
Thanks be, for Ray Bradbury, who taught me that there could be poetry in prose.
- Ryan: dang dude
- Ryan: sorry to hear that
- Ryan: let me know if i can help out at all post surgery
- Matthew: thanks :)
- Matthew: might not surgerize
- Ryan: hence the elway comment
- Ryan: well im not helping with you shit if you dont get surgery