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Description: The earth is never still, but speaks her loverslying twined among the roots of grasses, lying longstretched out from hill to hillThere wher...
Description: In the soft underside of warThe home point is to be home again with honorwithout quite understanding why
Description: Every macho-mind knows exactly whatand where it is — up front, smokinghot, born to circumstance, savagewatchman of the several thousand Rights
Description: The first time out of doors in shirtsleeves is a moment of kindlier feeling,of stern and lonely reservations gladly set aside.With the passing...
Description: In the afternoon, nothingOvernight, unseenIn the morning, a wooden horse with strangerssending telegrams for more
Description: We were promised, we were toldthat candy came in stripes and boxesBut some was stacked,like lost rewards, the chocolate-coated paradoxes
Description: The fast movement was a nervous reach for something west.But along the way there was no hurry. Wait for noontime, turned round to a movement eastward,<...
Description: Bring back somehow the big HelloProlong the noisiest dayThe clapping hands are stilled too soonAnd much too far away
Description: Rooms remembered for what they led toWhat they shut out and how they silent sang
Description: A working lifetime minted these good coins – every daydevoted to circulating them through the same routine streetswore them thin into retirement
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Description: Original woodcut created for the letterpress print of McCormick's Harvester and Self Binder. It has three sections and is connected using wood splines. An...
Description: If we could look forward? If they could have looked forward?at what kind of lifealong what kind of dotted lines?At the top of the stairs, t...
Description: A word without momentum that settled on a note of calmcaught windand spun its venom into froth, to coola Sunday afternoon in June
Description: In the letter was the hope that you were wellFor shorter hoursA newer coatAnd Grace when there was any Grace to tell
Description: Some towering hand-made genius had fighting words to sell
Description: No one will tellNo one would dare to put in printthe Secret Knowledge.That word of mouth is frozen deepand all Report is still
Description: Star of our Jesus, so extra brightMake me a country child just for tonightBur Grinnerung an dieJubiläumsfeier der Freien Gemeinde von Sauf...
Description: We tend to forget that at the time of the destruction of the forests, an emergency situation existed. The need for lumber for the building up of the...
Description: If you will tell me, then, the things that you have readI shall not have heard of thembut I will read them for your sakeThere is a meeting...
Description: Electrotype created for the letterpress print of McCormick's Harvester and Self Binder. A woodcut was created first, the electrotype next, then the letterp...
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