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October 22, 2020


Julian Peters

The opening lines of this poem are so beautiful and different. In a strange way I'm reminded a little of the first line of Rimbaud's "Barbare": "Bien après les jours et les saisons, et les êtres et les pays,"
Together, they could serve as the bookends of all knowable time.

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