He was well a-head of everyone else
The biggest problem with time travel is... grammar
That fleeting moment when a motivational poster actually... motivates
Very familiar... where have I met them before?
Our mother, who art in heaven...
As his Whimsy takes him
This is a book written by comparative mythologist Joseph Campbell in 1949. In this, he postulates that all archetypal-hero mythology, independently evolved in various parts of the world, share a common structure which he calls the monomyth. He explains this as an unconscious force of the mind; the human mind looks up to the same kind of person as a hero.
Akshay "Axeole" Anand, an old pal from high school and then grad school, has the dubious honour of being the first one to sign up onto my site!
I located my old high school poetry text book... an Oxford University Press publication entitled "Panorama - A selection of poems".
It's all very well to have a nifty blog, but it isn't too much fun if you don't have people reading it and commenting on it. You might as well just write in a gilt-edged, leather bound book with a page for every date.