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04 August 2013


Tara Bradford

Mary, thank you for being so supportive! Your comments mean more than you might imagine.

Tara Bradford

Marilyn, I opened the book of poems to that page and like you, was struck by the last line. Very timely, isn't it? Then I looked through my photo files for an image to match the poem.

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Jeanie, the poem is from a book of Czeslaw Milosz's poetry, "New and Collected Poems." And yes, it certainly stands the test of time!


Wow. I don't know where you found this one but it is as timely today as in 1954 when written.


I am struck by the last line in that silence is slavery. I will be thinking of this today. Yes, there is slavery in silence.

Mary H.

Eternally thankful, Tara, in having discovered the realm of Paris Parfait. This entry echoes bittersweet notes in my heart. Thank you for making time to share some of your passions with your readers.

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