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What Never Comes Back: Huidobro, and: The Unknown Pain: Matos

What Never Comes Back: Huidobro, and: The Unknown Pain: Matos WHAT NEVER COMES BACK: HUIDOBRO / Stephen Berg like a doorway without a door you arrived the hours changed the night sky became dawn flowers were happy my heart gave off perfume the sea was a tree fiUed with leaves birds days walk through the year where are you my hands get longer my gaze explodes soUtude weeps for company silence is fiUed with your lost steps I want other eyes to begin where mine end where are you now whose room do you warm my heart swells Uke a sponge Uke coral that joins to form islands futile to look at the sky futile to question the stones each day grayer futile to look at that tree you are what distance is remoteness and there's no cure the days are looking for you Usten time sings Uke a nurse whUe the wound sleeps and my heart tries to escape over the trees and bursts against the sky flowers there they are so what 130 · The Missouri Review where am I in sohtude one soUtude then another that strange unending timeless time of soUtude where is the Ught do you have it where even the days are http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

What Never Comes Back: Huidobro, and: The Unknown Pain: Matos

The Missouri Review , Volume 13 (2) – Oct 5, 1990

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WHAT NEVER COMES BACK: HUIDOBRO / Stephen Berg like a doorway without a door you arrived the hours changed the night sky became dawn flowers were happy my heart gave off perfume the sea was a tree fiUed with leaves birds days walk through the year where are you my hands get longer my gaze explodes soUtude weeps for company silence is fiUed with your lost steps I want other eyes to begin where mine end where are you now whose room do you warm my heart swells Uke a sponge Uke coral that joins to form islands futile to look at the sky futile to question the stones each day grayer futile to look at that tree you are what distance is remoteness and there's no cure the days are looking for you Usten time sings Uke a nurse whUe the wound sleeps and my heart tries to escape over the trees and bursts against the sky flowers there they are so what 130 · The Missouri Review where am I in sohtude one soUtude then another that strange unending timeless time of soUtude where is the Ught do you have it where even the days are

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Oct 5, 1990

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