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Upon Moons, We Fall


This Grave contains all that was mortal,
of a Young Native American Poet,
who on his Death Bed,
in the Bitterness of his heart,
at the Malicious Power of his enemies,
desired these words to be Engraven
on his Tomb Stone:
Here lies One Whose Name was writ in Water.
Apr 27 '13
(keats’ written draft of the beginning of ‘hyperion’)
if i were to own even a stitch of any piece of paper keats lined his pen on, i’d…i’d….i’d….KABOOM!

(keats’ written draft of the beginning of ‘hyperion’)

if i were to own even a stitch of any piece of paper keats lined his pen on, i’d…i’d….i’d….KABOOM!

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