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Coda to Sappho

  The reddest apple on the highest branch hangs just out of reach. After harvest it troubles the pickers’ dreams.   And the hyacinth flower wild on the hills, crushed underfoot by all who pass, purples their dreams like a wound.   My daughter, however, strides the hills, plucks a blossom, and tucks it behind […]

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