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“Evening” by Reiner Maria Rilke in Two Translations

I. EVENING Slowly now the evening changes his garments held for him by a rim of ancient trees; you gaze: and the landscape divides and leaves you, one sinking and one rising toward the sky. And you are left, to … Continue reading

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