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Love, Czeslaw Milosz

Love means to learn to look at yourself The way one looks at distant things For you are only one thing among many. And whoever sees that way heals his heart, Without knowing it, from various ills A bird and … Continue reading

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Orpheus and Eurydice

Standing on flagstones of the sidewalk at the entrance to Hades Orpheus hunched in a gust of wind That tore at his coat, rolled past in waves of fog, Tossed the leaves of the trees. The headlights of cars Flared … Continue reading

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