Quotation by Galway Kinnell

a ring of skull-
bone fused to the inside of a helmet; a pair of eyeglasses
taken off the eyes of an eyewitness, without glass,
which vanished, when a white flash sparkled.
Galway Kinnell (b. 1927), U.S. poet. The Fundamental Project of Technology (l. 4–7). . .

Singular Voices; American Poetry Today. Stephen Berg, ed. (1985) Avon Books.
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