In Rilke's poem "Pietà", there is this sentence:
Fills now my cup, and past thought is my fulness thereof. I harden as a stone sets hard at its heart.
What does "Fills now my cup" mean?
In Italian, this is traslated as "misfortune" or "misery".
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