“And as soon as he had finished what is called his palinode or recantation he recovered his sight.” Phaedrus, Plato, Translated by Walter Hamilton.
Palinode to Love
If I could sing this
Song backwards with indrawn breath
Re-string time’s arrow
To cupid’s bow and erase
Every kiss from your lips…
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