Aphorisms by Drew Byrne
Like Tim Daly, Drew Byrne is a practitioner of the syllogistic saying. His aphorisms have a whiff of E.M. Cioran around them, something dark and vaguely sinister around the edges. The gathering gloom is alleviated, to some extent, by a kind of bitter paradoxical humor, a final twist that raises what could be a smile or could be a grimace. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell which is which.
We all make mistakes, possibly the first one is being born.
Small people stick together, possibly to encourage each other to be smaller.
He who can still say he is confused, can also say he is getting there.
If you can only look for what your looking for, you will only find what you see.