QUOTE | FROM Annie Dillard




In the cool of the evening I take to the bridges over the creek. I am prying into secrets again, and taking my chances. I might see anything happen; I might see nothing but light on the water. I walk home exhilarated or becalmed, but always changed, alive. “It scatters and gathers,” Heraclitus said, “it comes and goes.” And I want to be in the way of its passage and cooled by its invisible breath.



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