I realize more with every passing day what a distinct privilege and joy it was to be able to walk through the market, shopping for peaches, shopping for images, striding down the open corridors together. This infamous poem by Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) is of course about so much more than a supermarket, but it keeps rolling through my mind as we navigate the unease of meandering through markets in this moment.
“A Supermarket in California”
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Thank you!!!!!!! Kathy
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Thank you for this reach into feeling – at once isolated, but surrounded by thoughts of others.