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Yesterdays snowfall So beautiful, that the trees and the wires could not resist it. The candles were burning all the evening lighting the way to some thinking some writing. In the morning they shook the snow off the branches, loaded it on trucks and drove away; men in red climbed the posts and switched on the light.

stars over the city.
snowfall
tore the wires


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I lectured the staff of the nuthouse. They welcomed me like one of them, like a prospect. In exchange they gave me a guided tour of the cells. I emerged slightly shaken, with easy tiger in the convolutions and with a strange revelation: each of us is looking at life through the sight. Of Scienceof Faithof Forgiveness. Its only a matter of the optics purity.

How many
gave up fox hunting
to become foxes?


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