"No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader." ~ Robert Frost
Robert Genn says:
Esoterica: I had tears last weekend in Canada's National Gallery. I was by myself in the room where the Group of Seven sketches are exhibited en mass behind glass. I always return to that room when in Ottawa. It's like looking up old friends. Curiously, some of those sketches always seem better than the last time, and some others don't seem as fine as I remembered. This recognition and its incumbent pathos trigger a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood, an understanding of my own shortcomings as well as a feeling of profound aloneness. Of the gentlemen exhibited there, only their strokes remain, and somehow, after all these years, those strokes draw tears.
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