Howl and Other Poems1952Blandly mothertakes him strollingby railroad and by river--he's the son of the abscondedhot rod angel--and he imagines carsand rides them in his dreams,so lonely growing up amongthe imaginary automobilesand dead souls of Tarrytownto createout of his own imaginationthe beauty of his wildforebears--a mythologyhe cannot inherit.Will he later hallucinatehis gods? Wakingamong mysteries withan insane gleamof recollection?The recognition--something so rarein his soul,met only in dreams--nostalgiasof another life.A question of the soul.And the injuredlosing their injuryin their innocence--a cock, a cross,an excellence of love.And the father grievesin flophousecomplexities of memorya thousand milesaway, unknowingof the unexpectedyouthful strangerbumming toward his door.
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