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A Geographical Solution
by Kevin Hull

Tuesday, January 07, 2003

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A Geographical Solution It does make a difference; distance can be a star or a blur. The air kisses us in the ways of a lover, sharp teeth or wet caresses, and life drifts upon the currents like a poem in translation, any era of spirit, architecture of fragrance, orange blossoms, and lemon blossoms, a river of sun. "Yo amo tu espiritu," says the traveler to his departure: "Wherever I find my heart I find my answer." "Yo amo tu espiritu," says the traveler to his arrival: "Wherever I find my answer I find my heart." . . . And from the reservoir of his life unfold new roads of walking, new vistas of sight.

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Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 1/11/2003
I have felt the grandules of sand desolve under my feet near the Atlantic, seen the talcum of snow turn to rust in the Ozarks and I have felt the many footprints like a friend in my travels.
You have the words that escaped me in my writings. You give them life.
Thank you for this poem.
Susan
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