On Elderly Poets (and Love)
by Alex Epstein
At the age of seventy-seven, after another stroke, he wrote his wife a poem he could not remember if he had already written when he was thirty. Either way, love is merely a crease in the present time.
All rights reserved by the author. Illustration © 2012 by David Polonsky. Translated by Jessica Cohen.
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