707 Scott Street: The Journal of John Wieners (Sun & Moon Classics)

707 Scott Street: The Journal of John Wieners (Sun & Moon Classics)

John Wieners

Language: English

Pages: 110

ISBN: 1557132526

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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ofsuch a recent past. Even tho that past may be lost because no poems made note of the events contained therein. And I am a needy and lonely wanderer clad in red with no memories (what a difficult law to live by) so it is I strip the walls of my room that I may have the fresh, the neq not the evocative image of friends of faces my soul knows from the past, but the old wide plain where man is alone, only the red guilt on his hands, of his own life, what he has and must use. I was going to say

setting each instant king. Knowing that that instant, this, is twofold. Partaking of the pen, and the mind which From the moment of our birth, we are placed midpoint of a sphere shaped like the figure eight. And the objects of the outside from then on draw us outward, further and further into space, wider and wider everyday in every way, this is the upward/motion...? has made conscious use of the "pen" since the eye opening etc. ofbirth. From then to now. But back again from now to infinity

field boundary where the household gods hold sway and where human laws and customs prevail. It holds the dark forbidden things-secrets, terrors, which threaten the protected life of the ordered world of common day. In its terrifying abyss, fuIl of strange forms and whispering voices, it contains the secret of the soul's adventure. Somewhere in this monstrous (mountainous) region, this seat of darkness, the casde of Merlin stands. Its coundess windows look out upon the secrets that lurk around

field boundary where the household gods hold sway and where human laws and customs prevail. It holds the dark forbidden things-secrets, terrors, which threaten the protected life of the ordered world of common day. In its terrifying abyss, fuIl of strange forms and whispering voices, it contains the secret of the soul's adventure. Somewhere in this monstrous (mountainous) region, this seat of darkness, the casde of Merlin stands. Its coundess windows look out upon the secrets that lurk around

masculine. Will the fames of love ever be quenched? Where and when shall union with the beloved take place? Contemplation: The man of gnosis was drowned and thus became unconscious of o

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