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JAMES RICHARDSON

Few plans survive their first success, which suggests they were less about their goals than about the possibility of a little success.

JAMES RICHARDSON

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As I thumbed through my copy of The Best American Poetry 2011, I rediscovered James Richardson's Even More Aphorisms and Ten-Second Essays from Vectors 3.0.

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