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No mortal harms

“In death’s midst I am Life: no mortal harms Touch you who yield yourself into my keeping Safe-folded in the everlasting arms” Confession, Margaret Willy, Every Star a Tongue (1946) I recall my aunt’s piece. How, in her twenties, she … Continue reading

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