May 13, 2019
By Arthur H. Gunther III
(also on Facebook)
We all turn a corner somewhere, perhaps every day, maybe in a month, or just once a year. Maybe only in a lifetime.
The view straight ahead might be cloudy, and perhaps that’s why we go to the left or to the right and then turn the corner. Or the scene on the life wall just in front of you is so crystal clear that you could scream, and so you hustle off, to turn that corner to something new.
Perhaps the wall is abstract, yet there is meaning for you as you extract its meaning. And that has you staying put — no corner to turn. For now. …
The writer is a retired newspaperman. firstname.lastname@example.org