In the Allegory of the Cave, Plato teaches that perceptions are like shadows of reality. But for Inverness poet Denis Bold, those shadows are real.  “I know/if you are/only shadow/or maybe/smoke/or a blackness’s/stealth/across lonely/deaf walls,/you are still/real, you’re/real, you/and t

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