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Last Word To Childhood Analysis



Author: Poetry of A.S.J. Tessimond Type: Poetry Views: 218

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The Walls of Glass1934Ice-cold fear has slowly decreased

As my bones have grown, my height increased.

Though I shiver in snow of dreams, I shall never

Freeze again in a noonday terror.I shall never break, my sinews crumble

As God-the-headmaster's fingers fumble

At the other side of unopening doors

Which I watch for a hundred thousand years.I shall never feel my thin blood leak

While darkness stretches a paw to strike

Or Nothing beats an approaching drum

Behind my back in a silent room.I shall never, alone, meet the end of my world

At the bend of a path, the turn of a wall:

Never, or once more only, and

That will be once and an end of end.





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