Aldous Huxley

(1894-1963 / Godalming)

Aldous Huxley Poems

1. The Louse-Hunters 3/3/2014
2. Points And Lines 3/3/2014
3. Social Amenities 3/3/2014
4. Complaint Of A Poet Manqué 3/3/2014
5. The Decameron 3/3/2014
6. Italy 3/3/2014
7. Anniversaries 3/3/2014
8. Minoan Porcelain 3/3/2014
9. Valedictory 3/3/2014
10. Topiary 3/3/2014
11. L'Après-Midi D'Un Faune 3/3/2014
12. The Elms 3/3/2014
13. Return From Business 3/3/2014
14. On The Bus 3/3/2014
15. A Melody By Scarlatti 3/3/2014
16. Vision 3/3/2014
17. Crapulous Impression 3/3/2014
18. Private Property 3/3/2014
19. By The Fire 3/3/2014
20. Poem 3/3/2014
21. The Reef 3/3/2014
22. Waking 3/3/2014
23. In Uncertainty To A Lady 3/3/2014
24. Song Of Poplars 3/3/2014
25. Books And Thoughts 3/3/2014
26. The Flowers 3/3/2014
27. Out Of The Window 3/3/2014
28. The Life Theoretic 3/3/2014
29. Stanzas 3/3/2014
30. Revelation 3/3/2014
31. Summer Stillness 3/3/2014
32. September 3/3/2014
33. Scenes Of The Mind 3/3/2014
34. Inspiration 3/3/2014
35. Panic 3/3/2014
36. Doors Of The Temple 3/3/2014
37. A Little Memory 3/3/2014
38. My Firm Belief Is, That Pizarro 2/3/2015
39. The Defeat Of Youth 3/3/2014
40. Winter Dream 3/3/2014

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Darkness

My close-walled soul has never known
That innermost darkness, dazzling sight,
Like the blind point, whence the visions spring
In the core of the gazer's chrysolite…
The mystic darkness that laps God's throne
In a splendour beyond imagining,
So passing bright.

But the many twisted darknesses
That range the city to and fro,
In aimless subtlety pass and part
And ebb and glutinously flow;
Darkness of lust and avarice,
Of the crippled body and the crooked heart…
These darknesses I know.

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Darkness

My close-walled soul has never known
That innermost darkness, dazzling sight,
Like the blind point, whence the visions spring
In the core of the gazer's chrysolite…
The mystic darkness that laps God's throne
In a splendour beyond imagining,
So passing bright.

But the many twisted darknesses

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