The light we cannot see

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I am the way into the city of woe,
I am the way into eternal pain,
I am the way to go among the lost.

Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy, Vol. 1 (Inferno), Canto III: The Gate of Hell
(Anthony M Esolen translation)

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Anne Casey

Anne Casey is a journalist, magazine editor, legal author and media communications director, and the award-winning author of out of emptied cups (Salmon Poetry,...

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