the Day Moon left May for JunePosted: May 26, 2015
I was always apprehensive, not of the criticism, but the severe opposition the work is bound to arouse, if ever I allow it to be published at this untimely stage.
But then I remembered how Copernicus waited until he was an old man before yielding to his friends’ entreaties to publish, who then sent his book to the press, before the month of May when he finally was able to see a copy and touch it, but could not even read it since he died almost immediately after that.
So I figured if it’s going to kill me, then I’d rather die and leave behind an alright looking corpse.
© Heath Muchena, 2015
A BIRD OF STONE is now coming sooner than 2019
GABRIEL THE GREAT is now also coming sooner than 2020