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Dream Song 8: The weather was fine. They took away his teeth Analysis

Author: poem of John Berryman Type: poem Views: 5

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The weather was fine. They took away his teeth,
white & helpful; bothered his backhand;
halved his green hair.
They blew out his loves, his interests. 'Underneath,'
(they called in iron voices) 'understand,
is nothing. So there.'

The weather was very fine. They lifted off
his covers till he showed, and cringed & pled
to see himself less.
They instaleld mirrors till he flowed. 'Enough'
(murmmered they) 'if you will watch Us instead,
yet you may saved be. Yes.'

The weather fleured. They weakened all his eyes,
and burning thumbs into his ears, and shook
his hand like a notch.
They flung long silent speeches. (Off the hook!)
They sandpapered his plumpest hope. (So capsize.)
They took away his crotch.


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It's a collection of the texts that were left out when the Roman Catholic crhuch assembled the Biblical canon out of all the fragments that existed. It's pretty extensive, could take a lifetime to study. But interesting stuff. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-17 | by a guest

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come to me oh Irish and do what you do welli've hunger for your amber ways and with you i would dlwlei've many reasons good and bad with you to share some timeand you have never let me down but that's true of your kindso come and make me what i'd be and let me pain forgetand we will up and down a spell - you'll be my best friend yeti've never known the likes of you to fall below the markthough emptiness between us both has drowned my vital sparkyour heavy crystal friendship often finds me at my bestor worst maybe but that's just half and you provide the resti guess that's why i've loved your ways each time we've done our dancethere's nothing that looks quite as good as that which you enhanceso let us do our best to make an effort to forgetand drown our troubled souls with what with you i always getand so it seems my life will be as well it might or stopbut you my friend will always be, upon my shealth, the top

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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Dear God has it come to this...? Libz backing the utmitale scumbag...? What happened to "Envys envoy"?, or is it because Winnie ran with Perigos sleaze against Peron that Libz see him as great guy? Sick making.... x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest

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| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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Thnx for posting my comnemt,In a country like INDIA where politicins think they are above criticism ,A home minsiter who would take criticism on hs stride is definitely heartening for KARNATAK POLICE.My respect to you has only increased.regardsPuneeth Kumar

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest

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