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Leonard Cohen

You Have the Lovers You have the lovers, they are nameless, their histories only for each other, and you have the room, the bed, and the windows. Pretend it is a ritual. Unfurl the bed, bury the lovers, blacken the windows, let them live in that house for a generation or two. No one dares… Continue reading Leonard Cohen

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Jeremy Radin

[…] I found the rooms between the violence of comets. I threw myself into anything’s path. Even the sky bent around me. How lonely to be something that nothing wants to kill. —  Jeremy Radin, from “So I Locked Myself Inside a Star for Twenty Years.” Columbia Journal: Poetry. Columbia University School of the Arts.… Continue reading Jeremy Radin

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