Wednesday, August 3, 2016

How Deep the Rabbit Hole Goes

Filed under: General — m759 @ 10:00 PM

"Mathematics is a process of making your metaphors ever more precise."

Dave Carter, quoted at AmericanSongwriter.com today

"Meticulously mapped" — Ben Brantley, review of the play "Rabbit Hole"
 in The New York Times , February 3, 2006

Dave Carter, quoted in "Dave Carter's Final Class,"
a post written by 
at AmericanSongwriter.com on 

"Eyes closed, you will feel your body traveling at great speed over the landscape. Somewhere there will be a hole down into the ground. As you go down into that tunnel, there may be creatures that try to stop you, stand in your path. You have to go right through them.

Finally you will come to something down there in the ground, a new place with some kind of gift for you. You just look around for it there, and you will find it." 

Carter reportedly died on July 19, 2002.

The next day

"And should you glimpse my wandering form out on the borderline
Between death and resurrection and the council of the pines
Do not worry for my comfort, do not sorrow for me so
All your diamond tears will rise up and adorn the sky beside me
     when I go"

— Dave Carter, song lyric, "When I Go"

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