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What goes by the name of love is banishment, with now and then a postcard from the homeland, such is my considered opinion, this e ...
Prejudices are useless. Call Los Angeles any dirty name you like--Six Suburbs in Search of a City, Paradise with a Lobotomy, anyth ...
How much atonement is enough? The bombing must be allowed as at least part-payment: those of our young people who are concerned ab ...
Optimism is the opium of the people.
A dirty house in a gutted world,
A tatter of shadows peaked to white,
Smeared with the gold of the opulent sun.
with our bones
We left much more, left what still is
The look of things, left what we felt

At what we saw.
the windy sky

Cries out a literate despair.
The biggest difference between ancient Rome and the USA is that in Rome the common man was treated like a dog. In America he sets ...
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