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Gretel in Darkness

summer afternoons you look at me as though
you meant to leave,
as though it never happened.
But I killed for you. I see armed firs, 36 more words

Poetry

Louise Glück

Far away you turn your head:
through still grass the wind
moves into a human language

and the darkness comes,
the long nights
pass into stationary darkness. 21 more words

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“The Couple in the Park” by Louise Glück

A man walks alone in the park and beside him a woman walks, also alone.
How does one know? It is as though a line exists between them, like a line on… 135 more words

Poetry

The "M" Word: Looking At the Intersection of Myth and Modernity

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There always seems to be some sort of mysticism surrounding the notion of “myths”. Often, they can seem inaccessible. They’re something of the past, locked away in a box only Classics majors have the keys to, and not really something you think about on a day-to-day basis. 579 more words

Louise Glück

I think here I will leave you. It has come to seem
there is no perfect ending.
Indeed, there are infinite endings.
Or perhaps, once one begins, 24 more words

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OCTOBER

LOUISE GLÜCK

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Is it winter again, is it cold again,
didn’t Frank just slip on the ice,
didn’t he heal, weren’t the spring seeds planted… 1,005 more words

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the untrustworthy speaker :: louise glück

Don’t listen to me; my heart’s been broken.
I don’t see anything objectively.

I know myself; I’ve learned to hear like a psychiatrist.
When I speak passionately, 190 more words

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