In spite of everything
Which breathes and moves, since Doom
(With white longest hands
neatening each crease)
wants smooth Entirely Our Minds

-Before leaving my room
I turn, and (stooping
Through the morning) kiss
this pillow, dear
where our heads and were lived.

despite what
breathes and moves, since undoing
(With white longest hands,
which every wrinkle offset)
our spirits will flatten all

-Before I leave my room,
I transport, and (through the morning
stooping) kiss
this pillow, my love
where our heads and were lived.

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David Horvitz ’Untitled’, 2014. Different pieces of sea glass found on beaches around New York, melted together and reformed.
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David Horvitz ’Untitled’, 2014. Different pieces of sea glass found on beaches around New York, melted together and reformed.
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David Horvitz ’Untitled’, 2014. Different pieces of sea glass found on beaches around New York, melted together and reformed.
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David Horvitz ’Untitled’, 2014. Different pieces of sea glass found on beaches around New York, melted together and reformed.
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe
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Installation view MoMA Cubicle at tongewolbe