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He sees through stone
he has the secret
eyes this old black one
... in a history of spiritual rupture, a social compact built on fantasy and collective secrets, poetry becomes more necessary tha ...
Anybody who's been through a divorce will tell you that at one point ... they've thought murder. The line between thinking murder ...
If the factory people outside the colleges live under the discipline of narrow means, the people inside live under almost every ot ...
Even of old the Christian world, so bitterly antagonistic to any ideas not specifically contained in their creeds and dogmas, made ...
The place became crater on each side,
sank down to its first skull,
...
Ossian reminds us of the most refined and rudest eras, of Homer, Pindar, Isaiah, and the American Indian. In his poetry, as in Hom ...
The true poem is not that which the public read. There is always a poem not printed on paper,... in the poet's life. It is what he ...
Separating ourselves from the crowd, we walked up a narrow street, thence ascended by some wooden steps, called the Break-neck Sta ...
This "charity-house," as the wrecker called it, this "Humane house," as some call it, that is, the one to which we first came, had ...
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