Jacob Lawrence, "The Lovers," 1946
Jacob Lawrence, The Lovers (1946)
Can a Game Be Literature?

Mark's Pages

Pain, sorrow, remorse, suspicion, jealousy, betrayal, guilt, disloyalty, vanity, anger. The frustration of communication, of living in proximity, of giving up the things one desires in order to please another, to satisfy another, altogether in the mingled names of love, lust, companionship, commitment, procreation, compassion.

What is a home?

A place where pain and love live together in resentful communion.