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Anna Margolin

My days take root in stones. Growing causes so much pain. But the blueness above them is altogether more ethereal, purer. As with slender, gnarled branches which tarries a while and is gone they would weave a heaven over me, and over my silence. — Anna Margolin, “My days Take Root in Stones,” Drunk from… Continue reading Anna Margolin

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