Humanity Poem by Gregory Corso

Humanity

Rating: 2.8


What simple profundities
What profound simplicities
To sit down among the trees
and breathe with them
in murmur brool and breeze —

And how can I trust them
who pollute the sky
with heavens
the below with hells

Well, humankind,
I’m part of you
and so my son

but neither of us
will believe
your big sad lie

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Barry Middleton 25 June 2016

Should brool be brook? Otherwise an interesting poem.

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Tom Billsborough 25 June 2016

I liked this very much. I remember Gregory. Good poet. Of course he was with Jack and Allen and the other Beats.

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Ratnakar Mandlik 25 June 2016

A lovely meaningful poem and a pleasure to read. Thanks for sharing it here.

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Anil Kumar Panda 25 June 2016

Can understand your concern about high pollution around and longing for a clear sky. Nice write.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 16 October 2018

Such a fine poem by Gregory Corso..................

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claire 01 October 2020

peom on Humanity is definitely cool

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Mahtab Bangalee 07 June 2020

pollution workshop of helI the sky free from pollution like the heaven but under the sky there live polluted helI is the sky pure living upper place! !

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Anil Kumar Panda 16 October 2018

Sad one but it is true. Thought provoking poem. Loved it.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 16 October 2018

This is a beautiful poem on humanity having touching expression and nice collocation.

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Tom Allport 16 October 2018

A poem of were all in it together? No matter the weather, come rain or shine let's be kind!

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Gregory Corso

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