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July 2014, vol 10, no 2

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G. E. Schwartz

Stone


For myself, I will seek no other final home than this remote country hiding place which gives me gentle nourishment when I am most in need of it; and still gives me solace. In dreams I leap across stone over stream, move light-footed between cities where I am known and am stopped suddenly by the sight of some distant hill or curving twilight river to see ghosts.

abiding symbol
a weathered standing
stone




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