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It's good to feel you are close to me in the night, love,
invisible in your sleep, intently nocturnal,
while I untangle my worries
as if they were twisted nets.
In Memoriam: Robert Lowell
I can make out the rigging of a schooner
a mile off; I can count
To achieve something great in the world you need Passion
To fulfill vision, a great leader’s courage comes from Passion
Whatever it may be, you must find your Passion
If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins
High on a throne of royal state, which far
Outshone the wealth or Ormus and of Ind,
Or where the gorgeous East with richest hand
Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold,
WHISPERS of heavenly death, murmur'd I hear;
Labial gossip of night--sibilant chorals;
Footsteps gently ascending--mystical breezes, wafted soft and low;
Where have You hidden Yourself,
YEARS of the modern! years of the unperform'd!
Your horizon rises--I see it parting away for more august dramas;
I see not America only--I see not only Liberty's nation, but other
Many are the deceivers:
The suburban matron,
proper in the supermarket,
list in hand so she won't suddenly fly,
Moored mindsets to addictive myths
spoor innr barbarians.
Dry stares, wry smiles and wary lengths
You have the grit and the guts, I know;
You are ready to answer blow for blow
You are virile, combative, stubborn, hard,
But your honor ends with your own back-yard;
(To have been read before the statue of Lafayette and Washington in Paris, on Decoration Day, May 30, 1916).
Aim for the moon, if not the Mars;
Aim for the stars but avoid wars;
Aim for frontiers, without a fence;
Aim for world-peace, co-existence.
Oh! Mercifull God
I do see the services of
Jawans in the frontiers keeping vigil
Protecting the sovereignty of the holy soil
Be there as the highest peak
Not essentially to differ
Not eventually to conjure
Be there as a genuine will
First there is the wind but not like the familiar wind but long and without lapses or falling away or surges of air as is
The snow will dust the roadway,
And load the roofs still more.
I'll stretch my legs a little:
You're there outside the door.
A sudden bliss has seized my mind,
And to a mountain peak it carries me
Up where the wind's forgotten how to stir the trees;
You are the apple of my eye,
My heart's delight:
I am remote from my valley,
To me you are the Burning Bush of Sinai!
Headed east, but wanting to go west to frontiers of country-western
music, hot arid weather, deserts and their fastidious mountains,
coming home throughout the years, learning more on each escapade.
(June 19,1623 - August 19,1662)
He was a genius having done so much in 39 years
The most dangerous poets in the world,
Are those who write without abject fears.
They're all so cool calm and level-headed,
As their poetry breaks into new frontiers.
Crooks dig out skeletons from a Cloud,
And secrets in shroud dance singing loud.
Smart frontiers face hazards
Never dreamt by web guards,
When I was a kid on the bus,
I looked at all that surrounded us,
out the window I always gazed
seeing old fields, half-trees, half-hay,
The poetic vocation calls a man
to inner desert frontiers,
in order to dip into the ocean
of unexploited forces in him
Listening carefully to notes being played on an interior piano,
enjoying their sensations as they tantalize and titillate brain
cells, energizing and awakening them one by one.
At the rising of the sun
So begins our strength
As it rises across the horizon
Stretching and spreading
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