restricted access The Double Dream of a Grievous Man
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73 The Double Dream of a Grievous Man I slept but my heart was awake. —Song of Songs 5:2 I lay beside you again in a bed that was not our bed but was. You took me in your arms and said nothing as the sun shone through the curtain that was also your dress drying in the window. I fell asleep in this dream and dreamed again of you as you were in your long white dress. We were making it up in our sleep between the sheets that were also pages on which we wrote in invisible ink. We were happy again for a moment in the light that shone from the inside out, but also from above. That filtered into the room through the dress hanging in the window as your new garment so high above it floated as a form for forms, then turned to light. deNiord text-2.indd 73 11/10/10 10:40 AM ...

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