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Ode to Edwin Muir
They do not live in the world,
Are not in time and space.
From birth to death hurled
No word do they have, not one
To plant a foot upon,
Were never in any place.

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A [Scotland] wall is 6 feet in front of and -30 feet left of a huge [city] wall. It is -2 inch above the ground. A huge book is 8 feet in front of and -3.4 feet left of the wall. It is facing northeast. It is 6 inches above the ground. The huge wall is -1 inch above the ground. Camera light is dark brown. The azimuth of the sun is 120 degrees. Ambient light is silver. The altitude of the sun is 10 degrees. The sun is orange. The ground is invisible. The sky is 1000 feet wide [dark]. The book is 4 feet high [rug] texture. A huge silver clock is 11 feet right of and -1 foot above the book.
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nheiges  (2017) 
The poem is so moving. Thanks for the introduction to Edwin Muir, and what a gorgeous scene.
watcher570  (2017) 
really nice !
hedgehog1965  (2017) 
Thank you... and thanks to the Muirs for translating Kafka's works :-)