Holly Golightly Speaks Amongst the Lycian Ruins

Of course I like dykes themselves. They don’t scare me a bit. But stories about dykes bore the bejesus out of me. I just can’t put myself in their shoes. Well really, darling. 20140710_153528I knew damn well I’d never be a movie actor. It’s too hard; and if you’re intelligent, it’s too embarrassing. 20140710_101432The mean reds are horrible.You’re afraid and you feel like hell, but you don’t know what you’re afraid of. Except something bad is going to happen, only you don’t know what it is. 20140710_093913Of course I haven’t anything against whores. Except this: some of them may have an honest tongue, but they all have dishonest hearts. 20140710_110524(All quotes excerpted from Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Vintage Publishing, pages 21, 38, 40 & 82; images from the ancient Lycian cities of Aphrodisias & Priene in Turkey)

2 thoughts on “Holly Golightly Speaks Amongst the Lycian Ruins

  1. Mr. Gibson, it’s time for your performance on stage. Or a well worn path to un-occupied seats. Que ‘Rocky’ music. thanks for these images.

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