The Continuous Poem
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About The Continuous Poem
Monday, June 07, 2010
"And how remote that bare and sunscrubbed room,
Intensely far, that padlocked cube of light
We neither define nor prove,
Where you, we dream, obtain no right of entry."
- the ending of the poem
(1922-1985), quoted from this-->
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