Elizabeth Jennings quotes

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At last now you can be
What the old cannot recall
And the young long for in dreams,
Yet still include them all.
For me, poetry is always a search for order.
Chastity faces them, a destination
For which their whole lives were a preparation.
Do they know they're old,
These two who are my father and my mother
Whose fire from which I came, has now grown cold?
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