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Inevitable Analysis



Author: poem of Louis McKee Type: poem Views: 13

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Somewhere in Forster—was it Aspects of the Novel?—

there's something to the effect of,

How can I tell what I think till I see what I say?  

I've always meant to check the quote, but I'm half afraid

it won't be there, or if it is, that I got it all wrong,

and I pretty much like it the way it is—

I pull it out and toss it onto the table like one of those

really brightly colored chips that only get thrown into the pot

after the hand has gotten out of control and someone wants

to say something a bit more heady than, I'll see you,

and raise you, but that's what he always says, it's inevitable.  

In fact, it is inevitable, the word, inevitable,

that has bought me down this road in the first place,

that made me remember Forster, and whether or not

something is inevitable—now, this is the leap—like, say,

the week I just spent in Illinois with a married woman,

who for a long time has been burning

like one of those sad wildfires they have had

all summer long out West, that gets bigger and hotter,

and spreads, it seems, forever, and while this one burned,

I kept telling myself that it was inevitable

that we would end up in the same town somewhere

at the same time, and inevitable, too, that after a few days

one or both of us would allow our ambiguity

about what was going on to get the best of us,

and we both would walk off sad and hurt,

when really it was not us who had a right

to sad and hurt, her husband and children having

a much better claim, and in the interest of terribly clarity,

of unrelenting truth, it is necessary here to interject

the word guilt, and while some people,

those who buy into religion, for example, who touch

finger to finger with the Hand of Heaven,

all herb and clay-tinted oil, on a stone ceiling,

will use Eve's apple to explain how all this is inevitable,

part of some great master plan.  I wonder;

or was it simply another test, an opportunity to

do the right thing, and perhaps we failed, and I am not

even sure about that, but I know that she and I feel guilty,

and while I thought it was inevitability

I was talking about here, it was something else entirely,

and I guess old Forster was right, even if he didn't say it.





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