Even More Aphorisms by Lori Ellison
Lori Ellison’s aphorisms have been featured twice on this blog, once in 2007 and again in 2008. Ellison is an artist as well as an aphorist. Here are some of her latest:
You cannot fold a flood and put it in a drawer.
Falling in love is like a parachute, the plummeting—and then the impossible uplift.
The most sincere are seldom the most frank.
Shoes, art, and behavior should be polished.