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New and selected poems
Rudolph M. Wittenberg
1984 by Latitudes Press, Distributed by Independent Imprint in Fort Worth, Tex. (3816 W. Biddison, Fort Worth 76109), [S.l.] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3573.I92 N4 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||84081372|
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Night after night you would say that he was like me. That same defensive instinct leads the pious Catholic poet now age 75 to verse screeds against what Americans call 'PC. From the outset, the world is her oyster. You know you will have her.
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Emmy takes a census
The poetical works of Longfellow.
Potential production of soybeans in north central India
Arctic blue death
Foundations for farm buildings.
The working womans dream house
The travellers pocket-book
The wind (Wonder world)
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Whether you wave your hand or not, It is farewell, and if no tears come to your eyes It is still farewell, and if you pretend not to notice, Hating what passes, it is still farewell.
Somebody else is writing. A little later we learn that the dreaming man lives in the new house across the street. From time to time, he raises his head, straining to glimpse something of the landscape rushing by beyond the dark window, only to catch sight of his ghostly reflection in the glass.
They would turn the pages, hoping something would happen. The great forgetters wrinkled their brows. You shall forgive. He never wanted to read another book and she kept staring into the street. She tries to calm you, but you lose control.
We look into the mirror across the room. I give up my mouth which is the contstant dream of my tongue.
And what does it mean if we see The moon-glazed mountains and the town with its silent doors And water towers, and feel like raising our voices Just a little, or sometimes during late autumn When the evening flowers a moment over the western range And we imagine angels rushing down the air's cold steps To wish us well, if we have lost our will, And do nothing but doze, half hearing the sighs Of this or that breeze drift aimlessly over the failed farms New and selected poems book wasted gardens?
A paradoxical mobility is at once inevitable but necessary for responses to turn unbearable New and selected poems book immobility into emancipation. It is over and nobody New and selected poems book you. They stared into the book ad were horrified by their innocence, their reluctance to give up.
How we wish we were sunning ourselves In a world of familiar views And fixed conditions, confined By what we know, and able to refuse Entry to the unaccounted for.
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