Michael Gottlieb / Letters to a Middle-Aged Poet / 15


Who will care about these internecine feuds?

And if no one else does, should we? Or, even if others – who come after us – do indeed care, what does it say about us that we – at this point in our lives – feel the necessity to devote so much time and energy to try, if not to settle them once and for all, then at least to get the last word in?

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