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"Every good poem begins in language awake to its own connections — language that hears itself and..."

“Every good poem begins in language awake to its own connections — language that hears itself and what is around it, sees itself and what is around it, looks back at those who look into its gaze and knows more perhaps even than we do about who are, what we are. Shaped language is strangely immortal, living in a meadowy freshness outside of time. But it also lives in the moment, in us.
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