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From Sir Henry Taylor, "On Secrecy" (1836:
A secret may be sometimes best kept by keeping the secret of its being a secret.
I believe Poe was paying attention. Borges, too. -- DL
Posted by The Best American Poetry on March 09, 2013 at 07:43 PM in Spontaneous Aphorisms | Permalink
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