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Immediate Whole
by Larry Smukler
Photographs and poems that hold what otherwise cannot be held—the fusion into the now of all that was and all that may be; the echoes of the past and the aching unknown of what is beyond the horizon. The images and words explore the world as an immediate whole, which Wallace Stevens expressed as:

Dazzle yields to a clarity and we observe, And observing is completing and we are content, In a world that shrinks to an immediate whole, That we do not need to understand, complete Without secret arrangements of it in the mind.
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