To Charles Chaplin

The well you invite us to drink of
is one that no drop may be bought of.
You think of what all of us think of
but nobody else could have thought of.

SOURCE: Hein, Piet. “The Common Well” (To Charles Chaplin), in Grooks 4, with the assistance of Jens Arup (Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1972), p. 6.

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