Sunday Sentence: 8 January 2017 from Wendell Berry

Sunday Sentence: The sentence(s) that touched me this week, out of context and without commentary. Inspired by David Abrams at The Quivering Pen. "Works of art participate in our lives:  we are not just distant observers of their lives.  They are in conversation among themselves and with us.  This is part of the description of human life; we do the…
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“Museum Piece” by Hayden Carruth

One of the things I love most about reading literary non-fiction is that the works become cryptic maps to other great works.  Thanks to Wendell Berry (WHAT ARE People FOR?, (1990)) for the introduction. I've only just started exploring his works, but this one touched me deeply this morning.  Good poetry does that...touches you where you don't know…
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