Elegy to Narcissus
This poem is a musing on the thought of Heraclitus. The central opposition I reflect from Heraclitus’ fragments is sleep and wakefulness. This opposition is encountered throughout the fragments as the opposition between life and death, vision and darkness, and wisdom and ignorance.
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