herbonestrcture: you must learn one thing. the world was made to be free in. give up all the other worlds except the one to which you belong. sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet confinement of your aloneness to learn anything or anyone that does not bring you alive is too small for you. —david white
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A man walks into a bar. You think that’s some kind of joke? Actually he runs in, to get out of the freezing weather. Who cares, you say. Nobody you know. You’ve got your own troubles, could use a drink yourself. You get your coat, a long scarf. You trudge to the corner over the scraped sidewalk, slip and fall down hard on the ice. Actually a banana peel, but who’s looking? Only a priest, a rabbi,...
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Toward a Definition of Love | David Lehman
1. Another time they were making love. “It’s even better When you help,” she said. That was the second thing He liked about her: she had memorized hours Of movie dialogue, as if their life together In the close apartment, with the street noise, The crank calls, and the sinister next-door neighbor, Consisted of roles to be played with panache, If possible, and with a song in her heart. Was she...
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