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Fruit of the Enlightenment

June 28th, 2023 | 13 min read

By Noah Wing

William Godwin once said that “it is absurd to expect the inclinations and wishes of two human beings to coincide, through any long period of time. To oblige them to act and to live together, is to subject them to some inevitable portion of thwarting, bickering and unhappiness."

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Noah Wing

Noah Wing has poetry published in "The Mill" and has written for the Toledo City Paper. He has taught at private schools as well as lead various writing workshops. He lives in Toledo with his family.