LATE FITZGERALD IN THE THIRD HOUR

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Three o’clock in the morning: The writer starts to clean up his style.

By Lars Schall

 

LATE FITZGERALD IN THE THIRD HOUR

 

“In the real dark night of the soul it is always three o’clock in the morning.”

 – F. Scott Fitzgerald –

 

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Three o’clock in the morning:

The writer starts to clean up his style.

For even in the real darkness of the soul:

He’s unwilling to let the world’s ordinary poison seep into his work.

 

 

Surrounded by empty bottles of gin / piles of white paper on his desk:

He’s ready now to grab the pen.

But whatever he will write tonight:

It all can be crossed out within a second.

 

 For it’s three o’clock in the morning, and in the real darkness of the soul:

It always will.  

 

 POSTSCRIPTUM

(Written that night / crossed out that night)

 

Three o’clock in the morning:

 

Some things will never change

while

Some things will never be the same.

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