Sunday, October 15, 2006

When that a wide wood was

"We are word and meaning united.
You are thought and I am sound."


"That is why this too must be the criterion for rejection or choice: whether you are willing to stand guard over someone else's solitude, and whether you are able to set this same person at the gate of your own depths, which he learns of only through what steps forth, in holiday clothing, out of the great darkness."
--Rainer Maria Rilke

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