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The flickering lights men live by in the dark

photo of two oil lamps

My mother was sustained through the troubled years of World War II in part by the poems of David Morton. After the violence in Paris, I found myself returning to his poem, “Pieties.”      The flickering lights men live by in the dark:      Pity, and love, and learning, hardly won…      These…

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