Lucius Furius

Freshman - 545 Points [Jerry Specht]

Lucius Furius Poems

1. Never Transplant A Poet's Heart 5/26/2017
2. We Remember 5/26/2017
3. Now You Will Feel 5/26/2017
4. Sickness And Art 5/26/2017
5. Do Not Think 5/26/2017
6. I Miss You 5/26/2017
7. What Taxes Me 5/26/2017
8. The Body's Machinery 5/26/2017
9. Star-Stuff 5/26/2017
10. This One Blink 5/26/2017
11. Girl Of The Tzabarim Dance 5/26/2017
12. Babylon 5/26/2017
13. Love Is Not All 5/26/2017
14. My Children, As You Leave Home Little By Little 5/26/2017
15. In The Fullness Of Time 5/26/2017
16. What's True 5/26/2017
17. That Magic Summer 5/26/2017
18. In Champaign 5/26/2017
19. Letter To Sophie 5/26/2017
20. Melissa 5/26/2017
21. I Will Forget You, Presently 5/26/2017
22. I Should Have Known 5/26/2017
23. But Still 5/26/2017
24. A Charm 5/26/2017
25. A Youth Addresses The Council 5/26/2017
26. Swan-Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock 5/26/2017
27. The Poet Talks To His Former Loves 5/26/2017
28. Spankings 5/26/2017
29. Poet On Deathbed Recounts Close Shaves 5/26/2017
30. The Draft 5/26/2017
31. Mr. Thomas 5/26/2017
32. Herr Generalfeldmarschall Rommel Takes Cyanide 5/26/2017
33. I Left My Mittens In The Smokies 5/26/2017
34. Reservoir (Day) 5/26/2017
35. Be Free, Kathy 5/26/2017
36. Reservoir (Night) 5/26/2017
37. O Gretchen, Wherever You Are 5/26/2017
38. Grandma's Funeral 5/26/2017
39. No Garden Flowers For Me 5/26/2017
40. The Bushman Speaks 5/26/2017

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Adam And Eve

Death is the mother of beauty; hence from her,
Alone, shall come fulfillment to our dreams
And our desires. Although she strews the leaves
Of sure obliteration on our paths, …
- Wallace Stevens' 'Sunday Morning'

In Eden fair did Adam and Eve
live in perfect harmony.
'No plant or animal devoureth we,
only ripe fruit as falls from the tree.'
By bright-green lily-pads in sphagnum bogs
the herons waded gracefully,
bullfrogs croaked their deep, clear calls;
bluebells, delicate yellow buttercups
were rampant; larks sang in the mulberries.

'No ...

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John Brown

John Brown, you scare me!
You look like a man possessed by a demon.
You look like a man who could kill his son.
You look like a man who believes in a principle,
John Brown.

He drew blood, your son did.
You took him to the woodshed and whipped him;
but then you had him whip you, harder and harder....

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