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Those Many Mansions June 21, 2009

Posted by The Typist in cryptical envelopment, Dancing Bear, Poetry, Toulouse Street, Writing.
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It is occasionally possible, just for brief moments, to find the words that will unlock the doors of all those many mansions in the head and express something – perhaps not much, just something – of the crush of information that presses in on us from the way a crow flies over and the way a man walks and the look of a street and from what we did one day a dozen years ago. Words that will express something of the deep complexity that makes us precisely the way we are ”

– Ted Hughes, From: Poetry in the Making

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