"It's Possible That...", and: "The Clock Struck..."

"It's Possible That...", and: "The Clock Struck..." "IT'S POSSIBLE THAT..." / Antonio Machado (translated by Robert BIy) It's possible that in some dream the hand that scatters the seed-stars started the old music resonating again - a note from some immense harp and the frail wave came to our lips as a few honest words. "THE CLOCK STRUCK..."/ Antonio Machado (translated by Robert BIy) knocking twelve times against the ground. ..."It's my turn!" I cried... The silence answered me: . . . "Do not be afraid; The clock struck twelve times... and it was a spade you will never see the last drop fall that now is trembling in the waterclock. You will still sleep many hours here on the old beach, and one clear morning you will find your boat tied to some other shore." 12 · The Missouri Review http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

"It's Possible That...", and: "The Clock Struck..."

The Missouri Review, Volume 3 (1) – Oct 5, 1979

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"IT'S POSSIBLE THAT..." / Antonio Machado (translated by Robert BIy) It's possible that in some dream the hand that scatters the seed-stars started the old music resonating again - a note from some immense harp and the frail wave came to our lips as a few honest words. "THE CLOCK STRUCK..."/ Antonio Machado (translated by Robert BIy) knocking twelve times against the ground. ..."It's my turn!" I cried... The silence answered me: . . . "Do not be afraid; The clock struck twelve times... and it was a spade you will never see the last drop fall that now is trembling in the waterclock. You will still sleep many hours here on the old beach, and one clear morning you will find your boat tied to some other shore." 12 · The Missouri Review

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Published: Oct 5, 1979

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