HUMOR

Reflections Of A 40-Year-Old Child

It seems, after all, it is a small world.

illustration by author

40 is the first serious age.

From 0 to 39, you’re carefree, joyfully climbing the long hill of an old wooden roller coaster. You’ve tuned out the ominous clicking, that loud ticking sound, because it’s always been there, the racing pulse of God.

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A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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Daniel Williams

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A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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