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All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace Analysis



Author: poem of Richard Brautigan Type: poem Views: 6

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I like to think (and


the sooner the better!)


of a cybernetic meadow


where mammels and computers


live together in mutually


programming harmony


like pure water


touching clear sky.





I like to think


(right now, please!)


of a cybernetic forest


filled with pines and electronics


where deer stroll peacefully


past computers


as if they were flowers


with spinning blossoms.





I like to think


(it has to be!)


of a cybernetic ecology


where we are free of our labors


and joined back to nature,


returned to our mammal


brothers and sisters,


and all watched over


by machines of loving grace.






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When Richard said that he wants computers and animals to live together, he wanted the animals to learn how to play the Xbox 360 so he could add them all to his friends list on Xbox live. That way, he can always find friends for multi-player games.

| Posted on 2016-04-18 | by a guest


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The main message of the poem is negative. The way technology is referred to sounds almost reverent in a way, as if the narrator is in awe, while the words in parentheses grow ever more desperate.

| Posted on 2015-04-06 | by a guest


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Richard Brautigan (1935-1984) was an American poet and novelist, primarily associated with the counterculture in San Francisco in the 1960s. His style was absurdist, satirical, and surreal. Among the novels he wrote are Trout Fishing In America, The Abortion, and Dreaming Of Babylon. His poetry was collected in such volumes as Rommel Drives On Deep Into Egypt, The Pill Versus The Springhill Mine Disaster, and All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace. The title poem of that collection, published in 1967 is the one on your left; in envisions a world where nature and technology have merged, creating a “cybernetic ecology.” Back then, when he wrote it, the poem must have read as a fantasy. Now, Brautigan looks prophetic

| Posted on 2015-01-01 | by a guest


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even if machines dont take over, we\'ll always be bothered with the amount of power they have over us

| Posted on 2013-02-14 | by a guest


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even if machines dont take over, we\'ll always be bothered with the amount of power they have over us

| Posted on 2013-02-14 | by a guest


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even if machines dont take over, we\'ll always be bothered with the amount of power they have over us

| Posted on 2013-02-14 | by a guest


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When Richard said that he wants computers and animals to live together, he wanted the animals to learn how to play the Xbox 360 so he could add them all to his friends list on Xbox live. That way, he can always find friends for multi-player games.

| Posted on 2012-12-03 | by a guest


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what he is meaning is that he doesn\'t want machines because they are starting to take us over it may not seem that way in the poem but it is i looked it up on his site.

| Posted on 2012-03-28 | by a guest


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I think he wants to think that technology will soon take over labor we have to do. Like calculating... usually we would have to write it out on paper but now that we have technology (calculators) we don't need to use paper and pencil to solve a problem. But technology will NEVER replace God!

| Posted on 2010-03-16 | by a guest


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Sweet Richard dreams of a paradise free of labor (at least the mind & soul numbing labor most humans must endure to earn three squares & a roof over the head) so that like the beasts of the forest we wake & sleep & eat & procreate & socialize without the rancor of want our current state entails: that is the promise of machines of loving grace.
--Richard Lance Williams,

| Posted on 2010-02-28 | by a guest


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what Richard meant is to equalize between technology and nature because one day technology will take over us .

| Posted on 2009-05-27 | by a guest


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Machines can eventually take the place of man, or take the place of god.

| Posted on 2009-05-12 | by a guest




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