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Sonnet 20 Analysis



Author: poem of John Berryman Type: poem Views: 3

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Presidential flags! and the General is here,

Shops have let out, two bands are raising hell

O hell is empty and Nassau street is well,

The little devils shriek, an angel's tear

Falls somewhere, so (but I laugh) would mine, I fear

The Secret Service rang the rising bell

And poor Mr Eliot and the Admiral

Have come, and a damned word nobody can hear.



Two centuries have here misabused our youth:

(Your grey eyes pierce the miles to meet my eyes)

The bicentennial of an affair with truth

(In the southern noon whom do you tyrannize?)

Not turned out well: the cast girl sucks her tooth.

(Secret, let us be true time crucifies.)





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