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After Arguing Against The Contention That Art Must Come From Discontent Analysis



Author: poem of Mary Oliver Type: poem Views: 9

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Whispering to each handhold, "I'll be back,"

I go up the cliff in the dark. One place

I loosen a rock and listen a long time

till it hits, faint in the gulf, but the rush

of the torrent almost drowns it out, and the wind --

I almost forgot the wind: it tears at your side

or it waits and then buffets; you sag outward...



I remember they said it would be hard. I scramble

by luck into a little pocket out of

the wind and begin to beat on the stones

with my scratched numb hands, rocking back and forth

in silent laughter there in the dark--

"Made it again!" Oh how I love this climb!

-- the whispering to the stones, the drag, the weight

as your muscles crack and ease on, working

right. They are back there, discontent,

waiting to be driven forth. I pound

on the earth, riding the earth past the stars:

"Made it again! Made it again!"






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This poem is by William Stafford. Please please please correct it.

| Posted on 2014-05-20 | by a guest


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William Stafford not Mary Oliver wrote this poem. Please correct your error. William Stafford After Arguing Against the Contention That Art Must Come from Discontent from The Way It Is: New and Selected Poems. 1998 by William Stafford. Reprinted with the permission of Graywolf Press St. Paul Minnesota

| Posted on 2008-01-13 | by a guest




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