Monthly Archives: October 2013
In Cladich on a domed isle, Near no settlement at all, A great tower points the moon, Brought whole from west a mile, From the cool volcanic wall, Obsidian-hewn. What can it wish but for the war That raves and … Continue reading
Now the morning come And fair-eyed imp awake; Hand that was numb And throat that ached, Quick, take up a pen, Take up the early song, Write of now and then, Recite again the long Lyric, the monolithic soul: Aware … Continue reading
By the guidance of a True Self, The true selves aim to act: Blame the covetous taunting Of a timeless inborn elf, Whose will they would enact, But for wanting.
Who will seek the mythic now, As skeptics now accept the shade Of almond trees where Nana sat, And starting from the golden bough, Who will stray where Yeats had strayed, And who will call his pale moon cat? And … Continue reading