To drift, to take whatever comes, is a poetic and spiritual discipline that 92-year-old poet Gary Snyder has mastered. He hikes and chants, bakes bread and goes out drinking, not because these are particularly good poetic subjects but because, for him, any activity done with care is a sacred activity; because writing poems is a way of recognizing this sacredness.
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