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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue Three, September 2013

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POETRY TOUPIN REGRET JAMES TOUPIN Suppose there were a point of view that was God's. How would he find his own location? A man and a woman who were never lovers ponder why. She says: I always felt you were judging me. Neither, it turns out, knew where they stood with each other. How it astonishes that he was a puzzle to her as she to him. She was all of grace. At least he was in danger of letting the thought, like faith, insinuate into how he saw. To his eyes, she floated, a whisper off gravity, strolling down a hallway, his only perspective amazement. Love stands on no ground. To seek one is to lose yourself and love. "I could not possibly have tried to judge you." ARDOR | 90

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