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Quotation by Wallace Stevens
It had been cold since December. Snow fell, first, At New Year and, from then until April, lay On everything. Now it had melted, leaving The gray grass like a pallet, closely pressed; And dirt. The wind blew in the empty place.
Wallace Stevens (1879–1955), U.S. poet. "Extracts from Addresses to the Academy of Fine Ideas."
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