gloria josephine may swenson quotes

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Body my house
my horse my hound
what will I do
when you are fallen
I was the horse and the rider,
and the leather I slapped to his rump

spanked my own behind.
quiet, negligent riding,
my toes standing the stirrups,
my thighs hugging his ribs.
Go tie back your hair, said my mother,
and Why is your mouth all green?
The summer that I was ten--
Can it be there was only one
Experience cannot be transferred. We may give wise advice, but we cannot give wisdom to follow it.
The female sex have long been the acknowledged possessors of a sort of mental quickness and intellectual acumen, or rather sharpne ...
I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy.
Although its growth may seem to have been slow, it is to be remembered that it is not a shrub, or plant, to shoot up in the summer ...
Art has always been this--pure interrogation, rhetorical question less the rhetoric--whatever else it may have been obliged by soc ...
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