John Peale Bishop

(1892 - 1944 / Charles Town, West Virginia)

John Peale Bishop Poems

1. The Hours 11/19/2015
2. The Return 11/19/2015
3. Speaking Of Poetry 11/19/2015
4. Admonition 11/19/2015
5. Fiametta 11/19/2015
6. A Recollection 2/6/2018
7. Fiametta 2/6/2018
8. Admonition 2/6/2018
9. Speaking Of Poetry 2/6/2018
10. The Return 2/6/2018
11. The Hours 2/6/2018
12. A Recollection 11/19/2015

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A Recollection

Famously she descended, her red hair
Unbound and bronzed by sea-reflections, caught
Crinkled with sea-pearls. The fine slender taut
Knees that let down her feet upon the air,

Young breasts, slim flanks and golden quarries were
Odder than when the young distraught
Unknown Venetian, painting her portrait, thought
He'd not imagined what he painted there.

And I too commerced with that golden cloud:
Lipped her delicious hands and had my ease
Faring fantastically, perversely proud.

All loveliness demands our courtesies.
Since she was dead I praised her...

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