The Collected Poems1962Jade --
Stone of the side,
The antagonizedSide of green Adam, I
Enigmatical,Shifting my clarities.
How the sun polishes this shoulder!And should
The moon, my
Indefatigable cousinRise, with her cancerous pallors,
Dragging trees --
Little bushy polyps,Little nets,
My visibilities hide.
I gleam like a mirror.At this facet the bridegroom arrives
Lord of the mirrors!
It is himself he guidesIn among these silk
Screens, these rustling appurtenances.
I breathe, and the mouthVeil stirs its curtain
Veil isA concatenation of rainbows.
I am his.
Even in hisAbsence, I
Revolve in my
Sheath of impossibles,Priceless and quiet
Among these parrakeets, macaws!
O chatterersAttendants of the eyelash!
I shall unloose
One feather, like the peacock.Attendants of the lip!
I shall unloose
Of air that all day fliesIts crystals
A million ignorants.
And at his next step
I shall unlooseI shall unloose --
From the small jeweled
Doll he guards like a heart --The lioness,
The shriek in the bath,
The cloak of holes.
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