Meadows of the real and the imaginal

Reading Thomas Berry’s essay The Meadow Across the Creek alongside Robert Duncan’s poem Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow. In both, the meadow occupies a third space, neither subject nor object. Figure and ground.

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