Set 3: Follow body down

55.
education hides the wound
and strives too

56.
the defect marks the whole
yes—Whitman had God all told

57.
what flocks and herds and tribes know
energy shoulder to shoulder grows

58.
tis a crime to minister philosophy
to those without permission to hear

59.
the gap between God and me
that between myself and me

60.
irony is the comic’s gum

61.
oh for relations and not thoughts!

62.
I birth at the sight of yellowing leaves

63.
perfection is the reality of unknowing

64.
the more I know the less there is to love

65.
ideas are fickle
for faith, find people

66.
paradox must ultimately be believed in

67.
art honors emptiness

68.
a man has not lived until he has faced the devil
he does not need to win

69.
you cannot hide anything from yourself
that is the terror of beauty—and death

70.
to name is not to own

71.
intellectuals fan rooms;
original winds outdoors

72.
you are what you accuse
the louder, the more true!

73.
each man’s death is articulated
a thousand times in life

74.
real security trespasses

75.
fear constructs Great Walls
rather than meet head-on, the Mongols

76.
absent sense, reason’s end—
interchangeable parts of men

77.
philosophers practice at lying
poets at dying

78.
pity is the watery part
starts and stops at the heart

79.
monks know how to help themselves

80.
freedom without necessity
is triviality

81.
poets live between life and death;
wait all day for their poems’ breath

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