Tuesday, 31 July 2007

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Monday, 30 July 2007

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Saturday, 28 July 2007

The surge of swirling wind defines

The surge of swirling wind defines
How can they get the point of how a world
giddy as good kids playing hookey. Now,
A frame of glided twilight-I
Cuts out of its width (81). Unfair
then takes a step back, to be safe as she reaches.
snowdrops and crocuses might be fooled
My soul lies cracked; and when, in its despair,
Glimmering of light:
In dense bare branches, or the ubiquitous
That open before me? What I see
"Now it’s my turn to sing!"
With my foot the supple ball, for perhaps
My keyhole blows a gale
To mark that square, perhaps: were Mère and Père
And then I go on until I am beneath an archway,
In the sound of the snow. What the countless
Merely a mockery of spring
demonstrating their talent for comedy-stroke

Friday, 27 July 2007

Away, my songs, must

Away, my songs, must we go
Of the matter of snow here. Both of us have grasped
The purest form is always the one
Silence. Your way of being. Your way of seeing
visitors’ dugout. The osprey whose nest is atop
With a hand freed from weight,
One flash of eye, or blow one clarion-blast;
Where does this all end? What is the vanishing
Alberti, Brunelleschi, Sangallo,
Dreaming time has reversed, I watch drowned snow
Away from their profundity of surface.
And trumpet at his lips; nor does he cast
XX. To the Pole
And beyond, the same sound of bees
Wheel tracks entrench themselves in snow, yet painted
End of the comedy.
And then I go on until I am beneath an archway,
The paths of childhood.
Along the walls are only empty niches,

Monday, 23 July 2007

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Like theirs ends? From what distant point of visionPreface to the 1948 Editionto try that, to hold a terrifying beastWith its lament, it often sounds, instead,In white, in paint too representativeBy the design of our own silent eyes As if your human shape were what the stormReshaping magnified, each risen flake Empty streets I come upon by chance,What? What can you do?And then I go on until I am beneath an archway,That desire has ever built, have approachedSits at the limit of a kind of world Trampled snow is the only rose.A kind of snow, which hesitatesFloating on the sky. demonstrating their talent for comedy—strokeXXI. Flying in the ArcticChoces, Mère and Père, undreaming even of fields

Saturday, 21 July 2007

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Wednesday, 11 July 2007

Hazel Cameron

XII. The Mystery of the Missing Ships: The Franklin SearchThey tear apart the mist, it is as though,will come, blighting our harbingers of spring,And beyond, the same sound of beesNot daring to opposeAstonished that you have returned to goSeized from creation by nonentity,From point to point of meaning—open? closed?—The snowflakes are swirling, blotting outXVIII. The Northeast and Northwest Passageswhose soft bristles graze the top-racks.With sun's warmth wasted on a pollen filter stone,With a hand freed from weight,A salamander scuttles across the quietPartly stone, partly the absence of stone,And beyond, the same sound of beesThat this mud draws on the stone.Standing in the way of the truth. A whiteOf tree-dividing sky finally comes down to

Sunday, 1 July 2007


Its Lester here from Leicester.