I have to admit that I am pretty obsessed with the way that he is writing the title of this post. That’s how I started reading his posts and thought they were just perfect for the title. That’s how I wanted to end the post. But then I realized that the first sentence was a lie and the last sentence was the truth.
Although I love John Born, I really love him as a writer and as a person. I can’t wait to see what new stuff he does next.
“Fellow countrymen, I am John Born. I am a man. John Born.
John Born likes to write about how he is a man and to write about the things he loves. He is a writer and an author as well. And I think his writing is very much a reflection of him. The way he writes and writes well. You can tell that he is an artist because of the way he writes. He also writes with his heart, to the point where you can see into his soul.
Born also writes with his heart. He also writes with his soul. And he writes with his hands.
I think that is an important distinction. In the beginning, I was a man who had a few things to say and a few things to do. And then I became a writer and a reader. And now I can write to you, and you can read my book, and I can read your book. And I can read all of you.
So you can see that he is an artist because he writes with his heart and with his soul. He writes with his hands.
This is a great point. We tend to think of the artist as the creator of art. But what we forget is that the artist is also the reader. He can look at the work of an artist, and see how they write with their heart and their soul. He can read the book, and he can read the artist, and see how they both write with their hearts and their souls.
But is that enough? Is that good enough? I would say, no.
The thing that I find most valuable about John Born’s art is that it is the result of a life of reading and writing and living. He does this, and he does it well. He is a writer, and I think that that is valuable. He writes with his heart and with his soul. He writes with his hands. The fact is that he is an artist because he writes with his heart and with his soul. He writes with his hands.