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Dream Song 51: Our wounds to time, from all the other times Analysis



Author: poem of John Berryman Type: poem Views: 4

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Our wounds to time, from all the other times,

sea-times slow, the times of galaxies

fleeing, the dwarfs' dead times,

lessen so little that if here in his crude rimes

Henry them mentions, do not hold it, please,

for a putting of man down.



Ol' Marster, being bound you do your best

versus we coons, spare now a cagey John

a whilom bits that whip:

who'll tell your fortune, when you have confessed

whose & whose woundings—against the innocent stars

& remorseless seas—



—Are you radioactive, pal? —Pal, radioactive.

—Has you the night sweats & the day sweats, pal?

—Pal, I do.

—Did your gal leave you? —What do you think, pal?

—Is that thing on the front of your head what it seems to be, pal?

—Yes, pal.






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