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Mary Oliver

Lilies I have been thinking about living like the lilies that blow in the fields. They rise and fall in the edge of the wind, and have no shelter from the tongues of the cattle, and have no closets or cupboards, and have no legs. Still I would like to be as wonderful as the… Continue reading Mary Oliver

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Stephen Dunn

If he couldn’t be a man for all seasons, certainly he could be a man for some, say winter one year, the next perhaps some amalgam of spring and autumn. The problem was that desire had no season, was as present when icicles dangled from the eaves as when hydrangea blossomed — Stephen Dunn, from… Continue reading Stephen Dunn

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