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Richard Jackson

Sometimes I kiss your eyes to see beyond what I can imagine. Sometimes I think I can speak the language of unborn stars. I think the whole earth breathes with you. After all this, these words are all I have to say what is impossible to think, what shy dreams hide in the rafters of… Continue reading Richard Jackson

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Yehuda Amichai

And it is written in the book that we shall not fear. And it is written that we too shall change, like the words, in future and in past, in plural and in loneliness. — Yehuda Amichai, from “From Summer or Its End,” The Selected Poetry of Yehuda Amichai. (University of California Press; Exp Rev… Continue reading Yehuda Amichai

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