A true friend is one soul in two bodies.
Kant says, transcendentalidealism. In Aquinas,
we exist apart from bodies
but only on Thursdays
when his famous ox
flies by the window
wiser at Cologne
where Albertus Magnus,
his real name, appoints
Aquinas to magister studentium,
master of students. Aquinas
is petrified but says yes [. . .]
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