The fingers of your thoughts are molding your face ceaselessly.
I will walk by myself
and cure myself
in the sunshine and the wind.
Among the heaps of brick and plaster lies/ a girder, still itself among the rubbish
The miracle, of course, was not that the oil for the sacred light - in a little cruse - lasted as long as they say; but that the courage of the Maccabees lasted to this day: let that nourish my flickering spirit.
The street curves in and out, up and down in great waves of asphalt; at night the granite tomb is noisy with starlings like the creaking of many axles; only the tired walker know how much there is to climb, how the sidewalk curves into the cold wind.
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