“An old boss of mine used to claim that the most seductive words are not ‘I love you,’ but ‘I understand you.’”
Our editor Lorin Stein on the poem stuck in his head, Psalm 139.

“An old boss of mine used to claim that the most seductive words are not ‘I love you,’ but ‘I understand you.’”

Our editor Lorin Stein on the poem stuck in his head, Psalm 139.

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