Enchantment And The Poetry of Life

David Price
4 min readJan 25
From Elaine Spenser

“I gave a speech, as one does, as one ages, to a room of students of the theatre, of film, of the performing arts. They shone with ambition, but I soon found myself annotating virtually every sentence I uttered, and this is not terribly comfortable: It badly alters the flow of things. They looked at me blankly when I mentioned Tennessee [Williams], and I had to throw out the play titles, at which they nodded their heads and

David Price

I write about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.