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The Beekeeper’s Hermit

February 12, 2012

Sun Feb 12 16:26:58 2012

The hermit of the bee herself.  A dream,
the painter, had the circumstances.  That,
the sheriff will refuse.  The bird, a corpse
itself.  The danger of a style.  The first

example of a god.  The human frame.
The human body, we examined it
together, had the male’s attire.  And,
in order to establish his embrace.

The dream.  The figures from the pressure of
external nature, who were taken, all
in all directions through the special sense
in my description of the gods abhor.

Sun Feb 12 16:30:07 2012

The figure of the egg in an adult.
Behold, because the language is sometimes
bestowed upon the knee, before the dream,
in order to continue to descend.

In all.  Suppose the two procedures for
the most ignoble of the upper Nile,
the story of the world.  The thoughts become
prolonged.  The dreamer is a matter of

escape?  Moreover, there remains the same
effect.  The dead.  The blood.  The larva of
the world, in all.  The dream.  In saying yes.
According to the true sublime, repose.


Mississippi Sheiks, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie McTell, Blues Lyrics
Sigmund Freud, Dream Psychology
Longinus, On the Sublime
Jean Henri Fabre, The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles



2 Comments leave one →
  1. Matthew permalink
    February 16, 2012 3:23 pm

    I like the second poem (half? are these two poems or two halves of one poem? I wasn’t totally sure…) a little better, maybe because the ending is stupdenous (I’m a sucker for a really great ending). That whole last stanza is just awesome.

  2. February 16, 2012 6:21 pm

    I definitely think putting that first poem next to that second poem shone a shameful light upon it. But, the second poem is really amazing.

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