Pennyweight Windows: New & Selected Poems

Pennyweight Windows: New & Selected Poems

by Donald Revell

ISBN: 9781882295524

Publisher Alice James Books

Published in Religion & Spirituality

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From The Pennyweight Woods

I ran into the woods to find the red house.
But what is the use of a house without
A planet to put it on? I mean, without Peace?
Until the armies disperse,
It is better to cook my food with broken glass
Than with fire.

The black & white cinema wants to know
Where have they taken our Lord?
The beetle asks the flowers at Beauvoir,

Change is change.
Here is my eye when I was a baby.
It is clean for you now
And for the rest of the family
Helping the sunshine over there.

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