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To know we are not alone, that our identity is not random but has a history and a meaning shared with others—that our existence has its own special kind of beauty—this is the great force of art to people moving against alienation

Adrienne Rich, from “The Ink-Smudged Diaries of Adrienne Rich” (via wwnorton)

Love Adrienne Rich…

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