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Quotation by Wallace Stevens
It makes so little difference, at so much more Than seventy, where one looks, one has been there before. Wood-smoke rises through trees, is caught in an upper flow Of air and whirled away. But it has been often so.
Wallace Stevens (1879–1955), U.S. poet. "Long and Sluggish Lines."
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