That’s a question you’ll think about forever.”
You’re lying. If you really want to be honest you know that you are, and you’re not telling.
You don’t believe you’d have trouble drawing a horse. You didn’t do a lick of drawing. Even as a child you learned to draw, of course, but it was just on paper, hand-drawn with crayons. You would go to the museum on Saturday mornings to see the horses. You knew nothing about art and didn’t know about the history of horses so you couldn’t judge the horses. You thought it was fun. You loved to look at the horses, you just didn’t know how or where.
Then one spring day, you were drawing the horse with an old wooden pencil. It was the summer before freshman year in high school, a Saturday. You were sitting on the bench at the corner of the bleachers when you spotted the horse on the far end of the stands. So you went over and stood next to it.
You were surprised to find the horse sitting pretty still, a look of absolute tranquility on its face. You felt a sort of peace. It didn’t matter to this horse or how hard you were trying to draw it. You knew that it was a horse, that it was still, and that you were right in your drawing. You thought the horse was the kind of horse you’d want to ride every day. You loved it.
As you stood there, with the horse in your hand and the paper in your eyes, it occurred to you that in all those years you’ve never seen anyone else drawing the horse properly. So if you weren’t sure how to draw it you just gave up. That’s how you got the horse.
In your head you see this horse every day. You look over that bench at the horses again and again. You go around the corners every Saturday at the museum and look at the horses. They are as good as new, you think. It is so nice to stand there and think, so peaceful. It’s such a nice feeling to not have to worry about the horse.
You are lying. If you were really honest there is no way you could honestly say that no one else has ever drawn the horse properly. You are lying. You’ve been wrong before.
You believe in this horse. You think it is wonderful, very much like you would like to ride every day. You want to ride
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