When Poems Begin To Speak/Only Of Themselves - Poem by Shalom Freedman
WHEN POEMS BEGIN TO SPEAK / ONLY OF THEMSELVES
When poems begin to speak
Only of themselves
They die of their loneliness
Of loving nothing else.
To be loved
We need to love
What is other than our selves.
A poem as a person
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