end of summer the ocean dissolves in my footprints — Scott Mason
From Animal Presences, by James Hillman, “A Correspondence with John Stockwell” John Stockwell: In several of your books you have characterized the turn to the East, the return to the land, the return to the primitive, and the turn to…
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