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Dream Song 13: God bless Henry Analysis



Author: poem of John Berryman Type: poem Views: 7

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God bless Henry. He lived like a rat,

with a thatch of hair on his head

in the beginning.

Henry was not a coward.  Much.

He never deserted anything; instead

he stuck, when things like pity were thinning.



So may be Henry was a human being.

Let's investigate that.

... We did; okay.

He is a human American man.

That's true.  My lass is braking.

My brass is aching.  Come & diminish me, & map my way.



God's Henry's enemy. We're in business ... Why,

what business must be clear.

A cornering.

I couldn't feel more like it. —Mr. Bones,

as I look on the saffron sky,

you strikes me as ornery.






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