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Peter Everwine

As a child running loose, I said it this way: Bird. Bird, a startled sound at field’s edge. the sound my mouth makes, pushing away       the cold. So, at the end of this quiet afternoon, wanting to write the love poems I’ve never       written, I turn from the shadow in the cottonwood and… Continue reading Peter Everwine

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Martin Heidegger

To think is to confine yourself to a single thought that one day stands still like a star in the world’s sky. — Martin Heidegger, “The Thinker As Poet,” Poetry, Language, Thought. (Harper Perennial Modern Classics; Later Printing Used edition, December 3, 2013)

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