Stanley Plumly Quotes

And then he would lift this finest of furniture to his big left shoulder and tuck it in and draw the bow so carefully as to make the music almost visible on the air.
Stanley Plumly (b. 1939), U.S. poet. Out-of-the-Body Travel (l. 1-5). . . Longman Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, The, 1950-1980. Stuart Friebert and David Young, eds. (1983) Longman.
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The violin sustains him. It is pain remembered.
Stanley Plumly (b. 1939), U.S. poet. Out-of-the-Body Travel (l. 18-19). . . Longman Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, The, 1950-1980. Stuart Friebert and David Young, eds. (1983) Longman.
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