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Robert Creeley - The Carnival

Whereas the man who hits
the gong dis-
proves it, in all its
simplicity --

Even so the attempt
makes for triumph, in
another man.

Likewise in love I
am not foolish or in-
competent. My method is not a

tenderness, but hope
defined.

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Poet: Robert Creeley
Poem: The Carnival
Poem of the Day: Dec 11 2006
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