PRETTY WORDS, PARABOLAS / Bin Ramke I once knew things. Formulae and fantasies of my own. Now nothing? The patience and particularities cohere into lyrical agony given a chance; the sudden telephone peeled sleep from the household--a death somewhere and a father left home, the long drive through morning Tennessee gray--Or did I read it? Was it not no, never my family's death? The old do die, and the young. Here's a happy thought. Happiness coheres, look at the past, as if: once upon a time. To have a small lawn in a large world is a victory. One kind. A place for poppies, gentians and a sound of water pleasing and mountains, clouds et cetera. If you sit to admire to what wUl you turn your back? A house, an interior and glass, this wiU do. At last the world is gUster of its own making, sufficient machine. Not at last. There is (no?) that same hummingbird I met last summer. Learn to live. If the Body is a form of itself over time, then there is music, or could be. From this pleasant prospect we can see more air than anything. Moving. StiU my ignorance is
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1995
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