Tuesday, April 15, 2003

Abdellatif Laâbi - The Academy of American Poets My daily life is not one of ease, trying to deal with businesses left leaderless by my husband's death three years ago. I turn from the work beneath me to the world around me and find that it is preferable to think about the immediate problems with the disasters facing us regionally. Every now and then something comes along that helps to ease the burdens.

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