Charles Simic

(9 May 1938)

Read Your Fate


A world's disappearing.
Little street,
You were too narrow,
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  • Erhard Hans Josef Lang (8/15/2006 11:58:00 PM)

    Exactly the way how fate comes stepping into one's life - catching one totally unawares. It's but after things have happened - if not only after reading this good piece of yours - that one starts reading one's fate. (Report) Reply

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