The Collected Poems1963Perfection is terrible, it cannot have children.
Cold as snow breath, it tamps the wombWhere the yew trees blow like hydras,
The tree of life and the tree of lifeUnloosing their moons, month after month, to no purpose.
The blood flood is the flood of love,The absolute sacrifice.
It means: no more idols but me,Me and you.
So, in their sulfur loveliness, in their smilesThese mannequins lean tonight
In Munich, morgue between Paris and Rome,Naked and bald in their furs,
Orange lollies on silver sticks,Intolerable, without mind.
The snow drops its pieces of darkness,Nobody's about. In the hotels
Hands will be opening doors and settingDown shoes for a polish of carbon
Into which broad toes will go tomorrow.O the domesticity of these windows,
The baby lace, the green-leaved confectionery,The thick Germans slumbering in their bottomless Stolz.
And the black phones on hooksGlittering
Glittering and digestingVoicelessness. The snow has no voice.28 January 1963
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