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Author: HEJINIAN, LYN
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Hejinian, Lyn    Poet's Biography
224 poems available by this author


A BORDER COMEDY: BOOK 1    Poem Text    
First Line: All the clouds can feel our bodies change
Last Line: Until the senses, overburdened, require that we sleep


ALL SENTENCES ABOUT THE SENSE       
Last Line: It's relevant-though a person %is implicated in the process %it keeps in sight


ALLOWING LOZENGE IS NOT       
Last Line: Whole sequences of perception like %water sliding in the cold


AND YOUR CHEEKS!       
Last Line: The side of a smile %covered by the cheek %the pleasure however unchecked


ANGER IS STORAGE, WITH TIME'S       
Last Line: The clock in it with %which we never socialize %too little danger, too much %love


ARE YOU A REAL MOTHER?       
Last Line: Light forms nyopia, revolving %it's all peripheral %the throttles of the light's %referring


ARE YOU ELATED?       
Last Line: Myopia isn't laborious %elated at a space in %an end-to-end situation


AT X O'CLOCK I SHOOK       
Last Line: The universe is endless but %it splashes out unexpectedly %and my fate is convex %like an eyeball


AVARICE CULMINATED IN EXPLANATION...THE       
Last Line: I could not remain long %from home...For sight and %cell


BEAUTIFUL SEA OF A       
Last Line: Aesthetic discoveries are themselves a %theory made with belligerence %blue


BEST WORDS GET SAID FREQUENTLY       
Last Line: No doubt for whom r would have released a flock of red canaries


BONE OF COMMUNICATION IS       
Last Line: The state of consciousness is %transformed into a single will, %into several wills %a million wills


BOOK OF 1000 EYES, SELS.       


BULK AND SEEDS-THEY TIME       
Last Line: Everything gripped by the world, %or by a small part %of it


CAN YOU DRAW A DOG       
Last Line: If there is a nice %science it is my principle %there's nothing about it that %I can't describe


CELL CANNOT BOAST STABLE       
Last Line: And the person is behaving %in a drifting skin-the %future %it isn't a verification


CELL, SELS.       


CHILD TEARS THE BUG       
Last Line: Memory of a picture of %metamorphosis %if there were continuity some %of it could absorb this


CHILDREN NOW ADMIT THAT THEY ARE VIOLENT       
Last Line: As long as the streets provide her with a theater for exaggeration


CLEAR LISTENER, KEPT AWAKE AND       
Last Line: The population of thrushes flushed, %while whistling while scarlet while %leaving


CLOG HOURS MEASURE, THAT BROAD       
Last Line: More, one small change, pushing %the continuity of all that's %in range


COLD IMPLODES AND MY       
Last Line: And frustrating %the experience that is not %necessarily there


COLOR COULD NOT HEAL ONE       
Last Line: The child who shot it %many women shopping and they %will watch out to know %the butcher's name


COMMENCEMENT OF METEROLOGY IS       
Last Line: Then weather, then libido %the middle and its sublimity %thebigness and brightness of %a lull


CONSTANT CHANGE FIGURES    Poem Text    
Last Line: Passing on its effect / is experience
Subject(s): Time; Change


CROSSING IS VERY SOFT       
Last Line: Synchrony is a form of %cruelty %the lover of nature is %afraid %nature cannot protect impressions


CROWD IS BLOWING IN       
Last Line: There is too much content %in oblivion %so much conscientiousness which is %how romantic


CUTTING OFF THE HORIZONTALS-LANGUAGE       
Last Line: And there are too few %moments %the impossibility of solitude occurs %because of that nervousness


DESCRIPTION OF HAZARD, THEORY       
Last Line: So it's inevitable to wait, %to be punctual %so it's a theory of %duration


DISTANCE       
First Line: Banned from ships as if I were fate herself, I nonetheless long hankered
Last Line: But my thoughts of things go on without them


DO YOU PATROL? OUTSIDE THE       
Last Line: A unit of space so %small it seems to be %going backwards


DOGS RESPONDED POSITIVELY       
Last Line: A human dream in the %attended bed, a human touch %embraced by predictions %by conservations


DREAMS ARE PERFECT-IT'S ILLOGICAL       
Last Line: A voice under the dream %and reality develops %an invisible reality


ELEGY    Poem Text    
First Line: I am writing now in preconceptions
Last Line: It must be beautiful and it can't be free
Subject(s): Imagination; Fancy


ELEVEN EYES: FINAL SECTION    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: The spoons have clattered
Last Line: None of this is true
Subject(s): Time


EMOTIONS CAN BE VANDALIZED       
Last Line: To dream with mobility is %almost impossible-knot by knot %-to dream in achieving repetition


EXHALATION SHOULD OR SHOULDN'T       
Last Line: There are no unemployed noises, %no noises without things %there is more noise than %there are thing


EXPLORATION TAKES EXTRA WORDS       
Last Line: Objectivities and metonymies %but one can't die %sex sexes scale and flies %faithful to the ground


EXPLORER IS INCLINED TO       
Last Line: Of summer-everything only a %moment of priority %and the propriety of the %mouth with though in it


EYEBALL-TO-EYEBALL, A SMALL SPOT, AND       
Last Line: Dream %its theory is good observation %but poor prediction


FABLE       
First Line: A magnificent travelling owl stood on a fine long branch in
Last Line: Fourth moral: various women writers will take up the philosophical quest for uncertainty


FAMILIARIZATION IS NOT GOOD-IT       
Last Line: The face is lucky, fingers %have their own body, the %tongueanother


FERN ROOTED IN ASH       
Last Line: Mother-equivalence is naturally desired %in small contrasts %in situation %in practice


FIREFIGHTERS-CONVENTIONAL DEVICES-PASSING IN       
Last Line: I'd a spoon in my %right hand with which I %was making impressions %time has the las word %and expla


FLYING STATUE       
First Line: Limb on limb %things can often change


FOR EXAMPLE SAYING SO IS       
Last Line: A smoke in the pot %and a second smoke, a %blue one


FROM A BORDER COMEDY       
First Line: A tale draws %follows
Last Line: I lie where I am dreaming and seem to be dreamed %in reach %reached


FUTURE WILL BE VISIBLE       
Last Line: A part, and a body %particle to which we've deduced %poetry


GOVERNMENT IS DIZZY WITHOUT CAPITALS       
Last Line: What do you suspect %the imagination is congested by %irritations of the sex


GUARD, SELS.       
Subject(s): Language Poetry


HAPPILY    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: The manner in which we are present at this time to and fro
Last Line: To make sense to others
Subject(s): Happiness; Joy; Delight


HAPPILY       
First Line: Constantly I write this happily
Last Line: That may be the thing and logically we go when it departs


HEFTY AND CONJUGAL-COME OVER       
Last Line: Minutes are intermittent widths to %keep us separate but always %filled by their hefty and %provocat


HER GLASS BALLOON AND ON       
Last Line: And the sun its wife %an ant on every one %of its hairs


I CANNOT SEPARATE LUCIDITY FROM       
Last Line: A spasm of oblivion %when you know what to %do, it is ambition


I CARRY MY THOUGHTS IN       
Last Line: Back to the beginning, back %to the background %the while


I CLOSED MY MIND       
Last Line: The world is short %the clouds are skin %a person has deliberately to %keep all that can be %seen in


I COULD THINK       
Last Line: Their code, their shorthand bells'


I GET MORTALLY WARMED UP       
Last Line: A prediction-as of extreme %cold in oncoming excitement %theperson for its chance %of enhancement


I HAD NEVER REALLY FELT       
Last Line: Immodestly nagging unhappily while in %actuality happy %in actuality actuality


I MEET MYSELF RARELY TO       
Last Line: The information is like a %balmy palpitation %I like everything at a %level below its name


I SEE CLOUDS TO DO,       
Last Line: The eye of the passenger %in the moving car can't %rest on anything, it is %shorter than reality


I WOKE MYSELF WHEN THE       
Last Line: The glimpse of the ghost %of the life it will %lead %to a person


I'M BEING INAPPROPRIATE AGAIN       
Last Line: It is anatomical to repeat %but the time isn't right %the times aren't the same %so poetry isn't a r


IF IT'S LIGHT, IT IS DAY, IF IT'S DAY, IT IS LIGHT       
Last Line: At least well enough, thanks


IF REALITY IS SIMPLY THAT       
Last Line: Upright until partially blinded %of anything that is, there %might be more


IF YESTERDAY WAS AN OLD       
Last Line: On our cheeks! The solid %earth! The actual world! The %common sense! %who are we? Where are %we?


IN THE DARK SKY THERE       
Last Line: It is a question of %scale %it is erotic when parts %exceed their scale


IN THE LIGHT OF THE       
Last Line: Them friendly and indigenous where %they sleep %they are washing their weight %for sleep


INDECISION       
Last Line: By moisture, by posture %the faces where it'll always %be of things again


INERT WIND THROUGH THE TREES       
Last Line: Beyond compare-so there's something %sexual %then something gradual


ISOLATION WHICH CAN'T BE       
Last Line: An orifice through which sky %flows %pleasure is stubborn, in retrospect %nowhere to end


IT IS OBSTRUCTIVE TO BE       
Last Line: Two people cannot be bare %at the same time because %they have to exchange visibility


IT IS SOFT TO BE       
Last Line: It is memory that's the %opposition in thinking to what %youread


IT IS THE WRITER'S OBJECT       
Last Line: There are concavities %it is not imperfect to have died


IT RAINS HERE IN WINTER       
Last Line: Its objects are phenomenal %the will is a great %trilogy


JITTERS OCCUR IN THE TRANSFER       
Last Line: For the sake of my %eyes I fake deafness %then how much time is %excess


LAUGHING (IT BEING RESILIENT TO       
Last Line: I followed the sound but %the thing was gone %for society I now have %you


LINES IN MEDITATION-OR INSPECTION       
Last Line: There was a mouth opening %there in pure assent %many self-consciousnesses-the territory stalled, %c


LOVE HAS ITS HISTORY       
Last Line: Every kilometer would start at %a tuning hub %the broad inductive velocity would %sweep my large soc


LOVE IS AN UNFINISHED FORM       
Last Line: It exceeds with only a %brief stay between dawn and %division %love 'explains things only to %us'


LOVE IS THE STRANDED TICKING,       
Last Line: It would be a fault, %an impatience %a fault of the eyes %themselves


LOVE SUBSTANTIATES COMEDY       
Last Line: Its sex is like a %human hilarity for building %so it must show itself


MANY PARTS OF EXPERIENCE DISPLACE       
Last Line: It comes only in part %in parts %because of what women like %in metonym


MENTION RAIN AND GRAMMAR FOLLOWS       
Last Line: Time itself is a querulous %privilege of form %a false or drenched derivation


MY DESCRIPTION IS APPREHENSIVE       
Last Line: The shift %revolving, moving for enormity %for onlook, color


MY HEAD, IT IS A       
Last Line: In short, I promised to %be here and here I %am to be found %to add a head %and hear the landscape


MY LIFE, SELS.       
Subject(s): Language Poetry


MY LIFE: A NAME TRIMMED WITH COLORED RIBBONS    Poem Text    
First Line: They are seated in the shadows


MY LIFE: AS FOR WE WHO LOVE TO BE ASTONISHED    Poem Text    
First Line: You spill the sugar when you lift the spoon. My father had filled an old
Last Line: You cannot determine the nature of progress until you assemble all of the relatives
Subject(s): Family Life


MY LIFE: ONE BEGINS AS A STUDENT BUT BECOMES A FRIEND OF CLOUDS    Poem Text    
First Line: Back and backward, why, wide and wider. Such that art is inseparable
Last Line: Of comprehension in a reader's mind to content in a writer's work. But not bitter
Subject(s): Writing & Writers


MY LIFE: REASON LOOKS FOR TWO, THEN ARRANGES IT FROM THERE    Poem Text    
First Line: Where I woke and was awake, in the
Last Line: Duration. Language makes / tracks
Subject(s): Language; Words; Vocabulary


MY LIFE: YET WE INSIST THAT LIFE IS FULL OF HAPPY CHANCE    Poem Text    
First Line: The windows were open and the morning air was, by the smell of lilac
Last Line: Luck was rid of its clover
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life


MY METONYMIC BODY PART STANDS       
Last Line: -with the social address of %a metonymic mental part %an emotion of being a %part


MY SINCERE HEAD IS MUFFLED       
Last Line: There is a repeat but %it's made for response-the %sincerestopportunity to see it


NET OF NERVES SPREAD       
Last Line: The cleft contains the flow %that issues from consummate waking


NIGHTS       
First Line: Ooooh, oooooh, ooooh, says the voice of a girl
Last Line: And leave kind ships vitalities by art. %I am untouchable


NO ANECDOTE GOES WITH THIS,       
Last Line: The arboreal others and cultural %ones to see how it %turns back


NOISE OF VICISSITUDES, OF       
Last Line: Poles for the birds %that of which it is %said it is rain %asilent voice sinking high


O OBSERVATION!       
Last Line: Loss of labor, isolation, love %but one finds it just %as one's curious concept of %experience exhib


ON WHAT DO THE EYES       
Last Line: Speak of thoughts changing into %new forms %many thoughts are of no %things


ONE THING THAT I THINK       
Last Line: The air is stalled in %the emotion %the proportion


ORIENTATED PERSON WRITING APPEARS       
Last Line: Even glasmost %the poem can make me %a public discussion of my %causes


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL, SELS.       


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL: CHAPTER 126: THE DOUBTING MAN    Poem Text    
First Line: We had found a pretext for not going out--swarms of such pretexts are here every day to en
Last Line: Here that the writer puts his lies
Subject(s): Writing & Writers


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL: CHAPTER 192    Poem Text    
First Line: But to return to the theme of the novel and poetry
Last Line: "the only ones adequate to the attempt to say nothing
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Novels & Novelists


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL: CHAPTER 259    Poem Text    
First Line: It's characteristic of a russian novelist to reveal some lack
Last Line: "might correspond to what you
Subject(s): Russia; Novels & Novelists; Soviet Union; Russians


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL: CHAPTER 7    Poem Text    
First Line: One person believes in nothing and another dislikes poetry
Last Line: The old woman still standing in the street
Subject(s): Women


OXOTA: A SHORT RUSSIAN NOVEL: CHAPTER 80    Poem Text    
First Line: Two rams, which ram redeemed
Last Line: We will believe everything we say
Subject(s): Russia; Soviet Union; Russians


PATCH OF PSYCHOLOGY BETWEEN       
Last Line: Dry money hung up after %burial %blade %the word is new for %each successive task


PERSON DRIVES, IT IS       
Last Line: But similar thoughts %in damp air which seems %to carry sounds which identify %with nature when it's


PERSON MADE A VIRTUE       
Last Line: From its death scene, then %being driven psychologically back %diverted


PERSON THINKS BY BEING       
Last Line: There is no sane availability %of the harsh sound in %its wake %the gradual efficiency in its %dream


PERSON WITHHOLDS VIOLENCE IN       
Last Line: The trees are branching between %minerals %if so %and impeded substitution


PERSON, SELS.       
First Line: Let's get isolated


PERSON, SELS.       
First Line: A person is clinging
Subject(s): Language Poetry


POEM IS A CORRECT       
Last Line: On close scrutiny it is %at a distant place (the %head)


PSYCHE CIRCULATES       
Last Line: Silica reflecting on the street %at night %on the excerpt of an %attention, a dark outline


RAIN IS FALLING OVER,       
Last Line: A pronounced soup %and a description-please give %me a description


RAIN SPLIT THE SOIL       
Last Line: They abandoned the sound in %large measure to a large %measure %a tissue


REALISM, WOMEN, AND INTROSPECTION-WITH       
Last Line: A thought makes its sentence %its boundless passion, the transformation %the opposition


REDO, SELS.       
Subject(s): Language Poetry


RUDE INFINITE SENSE       
Last Line: Someone else would have-corridors %are sad %without compromising it %corridors are air


SCENE OF SOME THINGS       
Last Line: I don't wake easily from %movies %there is some object of %delay-a discovery which moved %me to tear


SEEING AS IF SEEING WERE       
Last Line: This must be it %memory is the present faintly %motivated


SERPENTS TO EAT US-A       
Last Line: Or passing %a grammarian with legs on %water leaving himself and herself %naked to the waist


SEX IS THE JOSTLING OF       
Last Line: Displacement is not a configuration %but a necessity %the quotidian passes into the %trees


SHIFTING DRIZZLE SPRINGS-THERE       
Last Line: But it was received, and %I must have been expecting %it %itwas where I was %privately sinking


SITUATION-WHICH IS A       
Last Line: Revision-temporal with its hilarity %-if comedy is memory-it%is inadvertently empirical


SKIES' BLUES BREAK INVERTED IN       
Last Line: Tree lusts in vertical holding %descriptive floating clicks in leaf %desire is a visual historian


SLEEPS, AUGUST 10       
First Line: Jelousy frustrates plans for thinking
Last Line: Back fearlessly. The secret was never %a secret at all. So sleep cast self


SLEEPS, AUGUST 6       
First Line: A dream takes place on a staircase
Last Line: (about the nature of language) %we dream to become encyclopedic


SLEEPS, AUGUST 6       
First Line: Age plus 50 %we are even
Last Line: The two sides silent %the number of dead rodents rose %age minus 1


SLEEPS, AUGUST 7       
First Line: A sky of walls and walls of table
Last Line: It gave a kiss and a pinch and made generosity %with money


SLEEPS, AUGUST 8       
First Line: One dry night %in three hours
Last Line: Retained memory %at a long surrounding %bucket %without indignity


SLEEPS, AUGUST 9       
First Line: Is it sleepier in summer?
Last Line: The bees in sunlgith turn and sew. %is it more black than yellow?


SLEEPS, JANUARY 15       
First Line: A bed in a feud, just a child tied to a tricycle
Last Line: When will it be wet, the wars demand %then when will it be dry, the wars reply


SLEEPS, JULY 13       
First Line: The thoroughness of my sleep is greater
Last Line: Had been broken without disturbing me %and I looked in without embarrassment


SLEEPS, JULY 14       
First Line: All the swollen lightbulbs had be stolen
Last Line: Plunged into the interior %and dinner was irrelevant, inrequent


SLEEPS, JULY 23       
First Line: With social adjustments we come out
Last Line: And you can't take them from the burlesque show %when after dinner it starts to snow


SLEEPS, JULY 24       
First Line: I'll write and I myself can read and see
Last Line: Do I feel that timelss satisfaction? %who can be trusted?


SLEEPS, JULY 5       
First Line: My slow sleep a thing
Last Line: I wwant to tell something but I'm struck %it is eros who sticks to lips


SLEEPS, JULY 7       
First Line: Then the 23rd night began. Outside the window I heard the si
Last Line: I've been forbidden to address a single word to another


SLEEPS, JULY 8       
First Line: The lower teeth fall out pointing
Last Line: Mounting the saddled owl one rode a circle %for love one emptied meaning


SLEEPS, JUNE 3       
First Line: One hears music and outcries
Last Line: Races of the performing sex %the self-contained world of the real is next


SLEEPS, JUNE 5       
First Line: The bed is made of sentences which present
Last Line: Sentences in bed are not describers, they are %instigators


SLEEPS, JUNE 6       
First Line: From the sky is sleep overturned
Last Line: We are dead for stability %we are impersonal in sleeps


SLEEPS, JUNE 7       
First Line: The wet lynx or spotted rat
Last Line: A room, a park, whatever it was %we were carnally irate


SLEEPS, JUNE 8       
First Line: This morning motionless flashes
Last Line: (all government extinguished) %tomorrow night coming near


SLEEPS, JUNE 9       
First Line: The boy in the wharehouse never goes out
Last Line: Midday escapes and evening comes back %it's alone with its crimson leg


SLEEPS, MAY 13       
First Line: Reposed, inclined, allowed %and always rather liking place
Last Line: There is a minimum for which there's place %one tells but cannot recognize


SLEEPS, NOVEMER 2       
First Line: A man in yellow and the neighbor's dog were roaring
Last Line: That the morning was unawar 'up here' %of their every cry. Why the insatiable thrist?


SLEEPS, OCTOBER 18       
First Line: Each mother too within an egg she won
Last Line: For a burst of right and a burst of pleasure %whose tongue was turned to ask what


SLEEPS, OCTOBER 8       
First Line: Here ruled below and the frogs groaned
Last Line: To be troubled by such an orange light %means something goodwill happen %in life


SLEEPS: 35       
First Line: The first hour of this arrangement of thought
Last Line: Or sleep so %sleep late


SLEEPS: 39, THE POLAR CIRCLE       
First Line: The world is between tips
Last Line: But persons have their immortality to sacrifice- %and why stop?


SLEEPS: 6       
First Line: We have come on our own and we'll stay
Last Line: So I will say 'I' and sleep - sleep for pressure


SLOWLY: I FREQUENTLY SLOWLY WISH    Poem Text    
First Line: I frequently slowly wish for more of the sudden experience
Last Line: We get music which is time moving loudly
Subject(s): Conduct Of Life; Time


SOLID HARBOR, THICK LIQUID TOWN,       
Last Line: Not an absolute but a %continuum %it darkens and unregenerate darkens


SOME MORTALS GO BY ON       
Last Line: But I feel the anti-anti-sexuality %of looking at the leaves%not me, in light


SOME SEE LOUD APPLES FALLING       
Last Line: They demonstrate similarity or its %reverse, also similarity%your similarity and my similarity %all


SOMETHING CRAWLS THOUGH THE WINDOW       
Last Line: The personality is not panoramic %years in streaks and for %years %wars


SONNET FOR MORE       
First Line: Once there was a wayside weed that pleased those who saw it as
Last Line: No! Never!


SOUND AND ITS SWALLOW       
Last Line: And it has rather than %sweet reason sexual difference


STAIRS ARE IN A       
Last Line: Justice (were natural objects evenly %spread) and catharsis %there is absolutely no catharsis


SUCH IS THAT WHICH WHEN       
Last Line: Nakedness, then, is a form %of honor %the delicate original is decisive %it is divided in its %rhyme


SURF, PROTEIN, INCENTIVES, LIFE AFTER       
Last Line: Any of the language which %throw the whole %and all particular choices are %to light or color


THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND EYES: A DREAM    Poem Text    
First Line: A dream, still clinging like light to the dark, rounding
Last Line: Of life. Sleep is immediate and memory nothing
Subject(s): Dreams; Nightmares


THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND EYES: I LOVE    Poem Text    
First Line: I love says the acrobat
Last Line: And the dirty glass of the jugs of the juggler
Subject(s): Family Life; Relatives


THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND EYES: THE LOST PINES INN    Poem Text    
First Line: The lost pines inn would be a good name for a motel, or no sheep in the meadow
Last Line: P.T. Cruiser that got me home by bedtime
Subject(s): Hotels; Inns; Innskeepers; Motels; Boarding Houses


THE BOOK OF A THOUSAND EYES: TO ACHIEVE REALITY    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: To achieve reality (where objects thrive on people's passions), enormous effort
Last Line: Troy the foundations of their own societies were crumbling, too


THE CELL, SELECTION    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: It is the writer's object
Last Line: It is not imperfect to have died
Subject(s): Writing & Writers


THE FATALIST: COME OCTOBER    Poem Text    
First Line: Come october, it’s the lake not the border
Last Line: But it never rained. At the end of the month, halloween should be clear
Subject(s): Time


THE FATALIST: HOME    Poem Text    
First Line: Home whose names are produced by motion
Last Line: But motion to the composition
Subject(s): Disappointment; Time; Nature


THE FATALIST: THE BEST WORDS    Poem Text    
First Line: The best words get said frequently—they are like fertile pips
Last Line: For whom r would have released a flock of red canaries
Subject(s): Language; Books; Words; Vocabulary; Reading


THE FATALIST: TIME IS FILLED    Poem Text    
First Line: Time is filled with beginners. You are right. Now
Last Line: Full of ruptures could be one from which all kinds of things are flying
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Time


THE FUTURE        Recitation by Author
Subject(s): Future


THERE ARE BOULDERS ALLOWED AMONG       
Last Line: The soft world is between %rocks %the person of which I %speak of between clocks


THERE IS A CHANCE TO       
Last Line: Droplets on the window throwing %faces %nothing then-with its loud %apples-penetrates the horizon


THERE IS A SLOW AND       
Last Line: One and assume the form %of a pair of eyes %that hour, and just us! %-the system has triumphed


THERE IS PLEASURE IN PRODUCING       
Last Line: Your smile is your sand %it's beginning another pleasure in %the middle of its message


THERE WAS A MESSAGE. I GAVE IT       
Last Line: His hands into the air and shouted a grand affirmation: 'no!'


THERE'S A CART AND THERE'S A PEACH       
Last Line: Just before the new year, which comes with its own set of %ghost stories


THINGS ARE WILDLY DISTORTED       
Last Line: Of the day we'll all be tattered apologies


THIS AUGMENTATION OF INFINITY A       
Last Line: That we too might gradually %arrive at a life, a %whole %which speaks for itself and %has no further


THIS EGG IS AN EMOTION       
Last Line: Thinking is a pleasant incorporation %it is an emotion of %sex where it resembles the %patience in t


THIS IS MY FORTRESS CONSCIOUSNESS,       
Last Line: On me suffusion mounts %where do sounds entering your %ears meet?


THIS IS MY SENSE OF       
Last Line: Arise %there is solitude throughout the %history of literature %and someone in it


THIS IS THE FEMALE OPINION       
Last Line: This specific crisis in consciousness %sex is the pleasure of %inexactitude


THIS IS VERY AUTHORITATIVE RAIN       
Last Line: The future is natural-a %history of ideas


THOUGHT CAN'T SOAK APART       
Last Line: The particular beauty and bathos %of such in orders, stroking %every person sticks up in %its sunbat


THREE SECTIONS FROM MY LIFE       
First Line: If it were writing we would have to explain. I
Last Line: Erotic. Luck was rid of its clover


TIREDNESS FOR THE MALE AND       
Last Line: So between spaces there has %to be motion-blue, for %example, or nation


TO HAVE OR HAVE NO       
Last Line: The university distributes quantity qua %quantity %there is money in the %light


TREE IS A CONVICTED       
Last Line: A tree is not distributed %not as actress, not as %theory


TWO BODY PARTS WOBBLE AND       
Last Line: A bird within its range, %within its relativity %a neighborhood wobbling within rain


UNDER HER SHIRT ARE TWO       
Last Line: In a great sexual life %they have no power to %time


UNLIKEIT       
Last Line: The long one in the %rain %it is a hardly possible %pad


UNORGANIZED OCTAVE ASHES SCATTERED IN       
Last Line: Descriptive, and corrupting perceptions %of some eternal, never-ending, everyday %task


VERTEBRAE CRACKLE DOWN THE       
Last Line: Now the woman is singing %just like a large motorcycle %in fact it is intact %when it rains


VIEWING ISW A COMPLICATED BEARING       
Last Line: Overwhelming emotion of accuracy %it is like an emotion %of multiple anatomies


WATER IS TO ADMIT THAT       
Last Line: A person waiting to see %the sea and to sense %its ceaseless first halves


WATERS WATER WITH CONSISTENT REFERENCE       
Last Line: With and down plus who %many are always by moving %with aim


WE DESCRIBE A DISTANCE ON       
Last Line: Blowing portraits, the genital popping %up %other transitions, the ones between


WE DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT WE       
Last Line: But a person becomes envious %from observation-some things being %unequal so she can't simultaneousl


WE MOVE ROUGHLY FROM SEX       
Last Line: The future is dying %but tomorrow is that to %which the future is unequal


WE'VE LIVED OUR YEARS AT       
Last Line: Convections-time is drawn into %the self %it is swimming after the %smallest rates and sticks


WHAT IS THE USE OF       
Last Line: Last night I saw the %bulging smile %what thinks to move its%use


WHEN I GET NERVOUS I'M       
Last Line: Two persons didn't meet at %different times %they time material, are sexual


WHEN I SAY EQUALS I       
Last Line: My memory equals a narrative %replacement %breasts in place %a person in its places


WITH A WAVE OF YOURSELF       
Last Line: That perpetuation, that nonseparation of %weathers, the additional weights, and %the waiting, unexpe


WITH EXTRAORDINARY POPULIST FEROCITY (WITH       
Last Line: Everyone knows I'm in love %the din is incredible (because %of my present concern for %feminist issu


WIVES ARE ANDROGYNOUS WORDS       
Last Line: To look after it so %far below %passing through all levels of %sanity


WOMEN AND MONEY       
Last Line: Visible, something white behind a %green medium-spring and a%cascade of peas!


WONDERFUL MUFFLEDNESS OF THE       
Last Line: Each memory isn't a thought %that reiterates %my memories are comparisons, even %the short ones


WORLD SHOWED AND IT       
Last Line: Erotic curiosity, of battered paper, %of the paternal typewriter %motherhood is so much information


WRITE WORLDWIDE-WITH THE MUSCULAR       
Last Line: Such is the romance of %the lack of improvement %it is obdurate but not %leisure


WRITING IS AN AID TO MEMORY, SELS.       
Subject(s): Language Poetry


WRITING IS AN AID TO MEMORY: 16    Poem Text    
First Line: Rush to which


WRITING IS AN AID TO MEMORY: 17    Poem Text    
First Line: The bird carries its peck up the branch
Last Line: " lighting by trees is beautiful
Subject(s): Nature; Language; Words; Vocabulary


YESTERDAY I SAW THAT THE       
Last Line: The entropic virtues (like difference, %longevity, and velocity) %great girth and defense


YESTERDAY I SAW THE SUN       
Last Line: Subjectivity is not a misuse %of substitution %objectivity is not a misunderstanding %of sex


YOU MIGHT ANTICIPATE, TO APPREHEND       
Last Line: Out of it things fell %very close-no time %throughout space confusion-memory, that %separation from


YOUR THOUGHTS BELONG MORE WITH       
Last Line: The sun over from the %cold water gives us a %thrill or an unobtainable form