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Try To Praise The Mutilated World Analysis

Author: Poetry of Adam Zagajewski Type: Poetry Views: 549

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Try to praise the mutilated world.Remember June's long days,and wild strawberries, drops of wine, the dew.The nettles that methodically overgrowthe abandoned homesteads of exiles.You must praise the mutilated world.You watched the stylish yachts and ships;one of them had a long trip ahead of it,while salty oblivion awaited others.You've seen the refugees heading nowhere,you've heard the executioners sing joyfully.You should praise the mutilated world.Remember the moments when we were togetherin a white room and the curtain fluttered.Return in thought to the concert where music flared.You gathered acorns in the park in autumnand leaves eddied over the earth's scars.Praise the mutilated worldand the grey feather a thrush lost,and the gentle light that strays and vanishesand returns.


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Love the poem. I could feel the events as they undlfoed. Perhaps I should look into the on-line drawing bit. I can't draw worthy anything, but I can paint with words (on a good day).

| Posted on 2013-11-16 | by a guest

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oh but that is a very good self-portrait, do you paint or draw too? but why not accompany it with a self-portrait poem by you? (not that i don't like the one by Linda Pastan, but i would LOVE to see how you go about wriitng your self-portrait :-) x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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Pixies~ BB for the blues...well, absolutely. For a few years I would play Leonard Cohen's cd Ten New Songs when I was feeinlg blue. Haven't tried that lately...twinkly sparkles~ I am all about being honest, so I must tell you to not feel badly about not knowing this poet. I did not either until reading this poem! Can't wait to learn more about her because this poem is perfect.ds~ You already knew of Linda Pastan and I am envious that you have read more of her work...but I intend to catch up! Will you do a picassohead of your own?Rob-bear~ I felt the poem in the way you described. She really pegged important but everyday things here. Please do a picassohead of Bear! I cannot draw at all, and the program is so much fun to work with.Roxana~ It was kind of a shock to see how I interpret myself these days; I think I need a visit to the hairdresser! Glad you liked it, though. No, I do not draw or paint (I painted one still life of fruit when I was a teen that turned out pleasing enough that I hung it on my bedroom wall...I have no idea what ever happened to it). This picassohead program offers enough selections to make something of your own, and my brain was actually sparking there for a little while! Last night I returned and made a sad ghost. Now, as for a self-portrait poem, would you believe that it never even entered my mind?! I found so much of myself in Linda Pastan's poem that it felt complete, until I read your comment. Now you have me thinking about this. I will let the thought bubble! Have you written a self-portrait poem? Will you be playing with picassohead?

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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The concept of casorhicuro applying to states of mind and states of being is a profound connection of art with the human spirit and life experiences informed by the human spirit. The concept itself is a form of beauty, written with such naturalness, elegance and depth. The expression of casorhicuro in life is a poetic concept that also resonates inside me as an intuitive truth brought to consciousness, not mere idealization.

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

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