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"Her eyes carrieda certain kindof silence thatbegged to beunderstood and ifelt as if i wasa scientist,staring with eager,feverant eyes intogalaxies that have notyet had the chanceto be named." ~ Christopher Poindexter
"And she tucked herself away in a corner, quiet and foreignto the crowd around herand all that kept racing through my headis that the best kindof beauty is the kind that is mostlyignored." ~ Christopher Poindexter
"He loved her withoutdesperation and needsand wants.With his naked soul,he loved her,and dreamtof her clothedin white dancingbeneath the moonlightas the starsgrew jealous of the wayshe moved." ~ Christopher Poindexter
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My mouth blooms like a cut.I've been wronged all year, tediousnights, nothing but rough elbows in themand delicate boxes of Kleenex calling crybabycrybaby, you fool! Before today my body was useless.Now it's tearing at its square corners.It's tearing old Mary's garments off, knot by knotand see - Now it's shot full of these electric bolts.Zing! A resurrection! Once it was a boat, quite woodenand with no business, no salt water under itand in need of some paint. It was no morethan a group of boards. But you hoisted her, rigged her.She's been elected.My nerves are turned on. I hear them likemusical instruments. Where there was silencethe drums, the strings are incurably playing. You did this.Pure genius at work. Darling, the composer has steppedinto fire."
Author: Anne Sexton

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