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W. B. Keckler
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Holding Holding
A rabbit in the snow—or Buddha—
are both about holding.
The problem is one of disposal.
To have—as a privilege—
a sort of minimum.

This is the problem of the soul.
To keep back from use, to pray
a hand to stay distinctions,
to have in the mind
remains fastened by love,
what may prick its
ears because of the dead
intended action. A captive

made by getting out. A prison
of interruption in place—

in time—to save the motionless glance back.

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