Being But Men - Dylan Thomas. "If we were children we might climb. Thrust our heads above the branches ~ To wonder at the unfailing stars.But being men, we walked into the trees." Men, also, are injured by socialization.
Poem in October ~ Dylan Thomas "his tears burned my cheek and his heart moved in mine" - my thirtieth birthday. It moves me. This is the power of words and their placement and blood you must let to allow its pouring forth.