Annie Dillard

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  • Brad Page (7/30/2019 3:32:00 PM)

    We came together in a North Carolina forest, I foraging my solitude among the second-growth trees and ridges of Pisgah and Nantahala. For three days I read " Pilgrim at Tinker Creek" . The book never left my presence for 45 years. Never will.

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Mayakovsky In New York: A Found Poem

New York: You take a train that rips through versts.
It feels as if the trains were running over your ears.

For many hours the train flies along the banks
of the Hudson about two feet from the water. At the stops,
passengers run out, buy up bunches of celery,
and run back in, chewing the stalks as they go.

Bridges leap over the train with increasing frequency.

At each stop an additional story grows
onto the roofs. Finally houses with squares
and dots of windows rise up. No matter how far
you throw back your head, there are no tops.

Time and ...

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