Friday, June 13, 2014

From The Simplicity of Disorder

William Carlos Williams:

I think these days when there is so little to believe in—when the old loyalties—God, country, and the hope of Heaven—aren't very real, we are more dependent than we should be on our friends. The only thing left to believe in—someone who seems beautiful.

("The Simplicity of Disorder," 1929)

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