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“My soul found some ease; the poor thing, it’s / always constrained by the weight of the years.”

the spirits

CAVAFY, It Must Have Been the Spirits (February 1919) Translated by DANIEL MENDELSOHN

By Kirby

Poet. Book Fairy. Publisher knife | fork | book

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