Robert Menzies McAlmon (March 9, 1895 – February 2, 1956) was an American author, poet and publisher.
McAlmon was born in Clifton, Kansas, the youngest of ten children of an itinerant Presbyterian minister. He died in Desert Hot Springs, California at the age of 60.
McAlmon was admitted to the University of Minnesota in 1916, but only spent one semester there before enlisting in the ... more »
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Geometry is a perfect religion,
Axiom after axiom:
One proves a way into infinity
And logic makes obeisance at command.
Outside of the triangle, cubes, and polystructures
There is restless pummeling, pounding and taunting.
The end is diffused into channels
Every step into eternity—and steps are endless.