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You and I have Learned by Leonard Nimoy You and I have learned The song of love, and we sing it well The song is ageless Passed on Heart to heart By those Who have seen What we see And known What we know And lovers who have Sung before Our love is ours To have[…]

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“Gazelle in the House” by Lisa Williams A gazelle in the house means tender, breaking silence. An approach calibrating hesitation. Something held out in the hand. Something bitter, exactly toward a gazelle. You will bring things forward that are not of your world. You will push things back that seemed massive, fundamental—packed away, out of the[…]

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