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Quotation by Wallace Stevens
These days of disinheritance, we feast On human heads. True, birds rebuild Old nests and there is blue in the woods. The church bells clap one night in the week. But that's all done. It is what used to be....
Wallace Stevens (1879–1955), U.S. poet. "Cuisine Bourgeoise."
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