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Father Death Blues (Don't Grow Old, Part V) Analysis



Author: poem of Allen Ginsberg Type: poem Views: 14

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Hey Father Death, I'm flying home


Hey poor man, you're all alone


Hey old daddy, I know where I'm going





Father Death, Don't cry any more


Mama's there, underneath the floor


Brother Death, please mind the store





Old Aunty Death  Don't hide your bones


Old Uncle Death  I hear your groans


O Sister Death  how sweet your moans





O Children Deaths go breathe your breaths


Sobbing breasts'll ease your Deaths


Pain is gone, tears take the rest





Genius Death  your art is done


Lover Death  your body's gone


Father Death  I'm coming home





Guru Death your words are true


Teacher Death I do thank you


For inspiring me to sing this Blues





Buddha Death, I wake with you


Dharma Death, your mind is new


Sangha Death, we'll work it through





Suffering is what was born


Ignorance made me forlorn


Tearful truths I cannot scorn





Father Breath once more farewell


Birth you gave was no thing ill


My heart is still, as time will tell.





July 8, 1976 (Over Lake Michigan)






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