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Dream Song 39: Goodbye, sir, & fare well. You're in the clear Analysis



Author: poem of John Berryman Type: poem Views: 6

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Goodbye, sir, & fare well. You're in the clear.

'Nobody' (Mark says     you said) 'is ever found out.'

I figure you were right,

having as Henry got away with murder

for long. Some jarred clock tell me it's late,

not for you who went straight



but for the lorn. Our roof is lefted off

lately: the shooter, and the bourbon man,

and then you got tired.

I'm afraid that's it. I figure you with love,

lifey, deathy, but I have a little sense

the rest of us are fired



or fired: be with us: we will blow our best,

our sad wil riffs come easy in that case,

thinking you over,

knowing you resting, who was reborn to rest,

your gorgeous sentence is done. Nothing's the same,

sir,—taking cover.






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