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Choose by Carl Sandburg

The single clenched fist lifted and ready, Or the open asking hand held out and waiting. Choose: For we meet by one or the other. Carl Sandburg 1878–1967 Rupture by Russell Boyle Advertisements

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Love Poem XVII  by Adrienne Rich

from Twenty-One Love Poems No one’s fated or doomed to love anyone. The accidents happen, we’re not heroines, they happen in our lives like car crashes, books that change us, neighbourhoods we move into and come to love. Tristan und … Continue reading

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A Fable by Louise Glück

Two women with the same claim came to the feet of the wise king. Two women, but only one baby. The king knew someone was lying. What he said was Let the child be cut in half; that way no … Continue reading

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