It occurs to me that if one had a story to tell, a labyrinthine approach might not be the worst one to take.
It occurs to me that if one had a story to tell, a labyrinthine approach might not be the worst one to take. JOHN SVARA
It occurs to me that if one had a story to tell, a labyrinthine approach might not be the worst one to take. JOHN SVARA

John Svara: Into the labyrinth

February 02, 2016 05:09 AM

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