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Page 3 Homage in Kind for Weldon Kees, after an observation by Kenneth Rexroth His poems rendered darkness, love of trope in form as subtle as bas-relief on a frieze. A modern man at the end of his rope, he edged us to a rim and down a slope: with one soft tap we buckled at the knees, seduced by darkness, love of trope, as lines went slack then taut in swells to cope with limbic dredgings from cerebral seas. A modern man at the end of his rope, he glimpsed our follynot as misanthrope as prey of furies no one could appease.
We both know that no abrasive can grind this surface clean, the best we can hope for is a rough approximation, that we can mill the tolerance our calipers demand. Sometimes the carborundum of the living works better than a grinding stone. It may provide a finish, lusterless and rough, but a finish still. Different justices today competeall capricious or incomplete; let our lichen vision grow, sessile on the fascist sore, a flowerless pigment on a stone and ideologically impure. The Mint and Perfumes We Carry Page 29 Dark Against the Snow Coinage comes hard, the currency of thought, the imprinting of blank discs, transformations to tokens, specie.
Temperatures fall in the dusk. Mostly there are no people, only walls concealing imagined lives waiting for grapes and wisteria to call forth fragrance and the fields beyond the town. Nothing can be gleaned from the fields or streets only from newspapers written by others from their own gleanings of fields and streets. Nothing except that lushness is relative like stripes of oak in the Central Valley of California that history and water are what matter, that self-determination is what we crave and can never have.
A history of the sweetness of the world by Michael Lieberman