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The Infinite Sphere, The Center of Which is Everywhere --

Oh, marginal notes in books, the tinted picture postal cards received and sent. The parsonage at Bangor:

All is well here. August 1907.m

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The family is in good health.m Or Pascal's Pensees (at the side of seventy-two), "We may enlarge our conceptions Beyond all imaginable space; We only produce atoms In comparison with the Reality of things. It is an infinite sphere, The center of which is everywhere, The circumference nowhere":

Yes, how true!m

How could it be otherwise?m Words, This arrangement of words, Never meant to be Wept over by you or me. Never meant to be A final word to any reader, Anyone standing in the bare room Or cold hall, the infinite sphere, The center of which is everywhere.

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