[Milton-L] FW: [lbo-talk] A few fragments

Carrol Cox cbcox at ilstu.edu
Mon Feb 20 19:55:56 EST 2017


-----Original Message-----
From: lbo-talk-bounces at lbo-talk.org [mailto:lbo-talk-bounces at lbo-talk.org]
On Behalf Of JOANNA A.
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2017 4:17 PM
To: lbo-talk
Subject: Re: [lbo-talk] A few fragments

Savage indignation there 
Cannot lacerate his breast... 

----- Original Message ----- 
Swift has sailed into his rest. 

On 2/20/17 3:41 PM, JOANNA A. wrote: 
> ...the small rain down can rain. 
> 
> Christ, that my love were in my arms, and I in my bed again. 
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> If design govern in a thing so small 
> 
> . . .my pulse, like a soft drum 
> 
> But still I love thee without art 
> Ancient person of my heart 
> 
> Gull against the wind 
> 
> We should like to know how that was done 
> 
> Their eyes, their ancient glittering eyes, are gay 
> 
> Western wind, when wilt thou blow 
> 
> And take the winds of march with beauty 
> 
> God said, let Newton be, and all was light 
> 
> This filthy simile, this beastly line 
> Quite turns my stomach 
> P. So does flattery mine 
> 
> A girl who knew all Dante once 
> 
> For a moment she rested against me 
> Like a swallow half blown to the wall 
> 
> Die early and avoid the fate 
> 
> To knock, that a Blunt should open 
> 
> A burnt match skating in a urinal 
> 
> That scalds me now-that scalds me now! 
> 
> Thou last great prophet of tautology 
> 
> The music in my heart I bore 
> Long after it was heard no more 
> 
> The wanton troopers riding by 
> 
> Oh thou Dalhousie, the great God of War 
> Lieutenant-Colonel to the Earl of Mar 
> 
> They hand in hand with wandring steps and slow, 
> Through Eden took thir solitarie way. 
> 
> Light fighting for speed 
> 
> Now my old bawd is dead 
> 
> Both sides of the river, we died just the same. 
> 



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