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Father Death Blues (Don't Grow Old, Part V) Analysis



Author: poem of Allen Ginsberg Type: poem Views: 14

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Hey Father Death, I'm flying home

Hey poor man, you're all alone

Hey old daddy, I know where I'm going



Father Death, Don't cry any more

Mama's there, underneath the floor

Brother Death, please mind the store



Old Aunty Death  Don't hide your bones

Old Uncle Death  I hear your groans

O Sister Death  how sweet your moans



O Children Deaths go breathe your breaths

Sobbing breasts'll ease your Deaths

Pain is gone, tears take the rest



Genius Death  your art is done

Lover Death  your body's gone

Father Death  I'm coming home



Guru Death your words are true

Teacher Death I do thank you

For inspiring me to sing this Blues



Buddha Death, I wake with you

Dharma Death, your mind is new

Sangha Death, we'll work it through



Suffering is what was born

Ignorance made me forlorn

Tearful truths I cannot scorn



Father Breath once more farewell

Birth you gave was no thing ill

My heart is still, as time will tell.



July 8, 1976 (Over Lake Michigan)

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