January 2, 2013 § 2 Comments
Simone Weil, quoted in Head Off and Split by Nikky Finney, a birthday present from my mother-in-law in December.
Tagged: Life, Poetry, Prayer
So, I suppose that sometimes when we are full of “unmixed attention” to a piece we are writing, and that clear-headed feeling comes, and we know just exactly what to say, that we are engaged in a form of prayer?
I think so. I really do.
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