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First Known When Lost: Ezra Pound

And the days are not full enough
And the nights are not full enough
And life slips by like a field mouse
Not shaking the grass.

Ezra Pound, Personae (1926).

Source: First Known When Lost: Ezra Pound

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Through a glass darkly: Tate Britain celebrates the work of Alvin Langdon Coburn – Features – Art – The Independent

 

Through a glass darkly: Tate Britain celebrates the work of Alvin Langdon Coburn – Features – Art – The Independent.

Coda, by Ezra Pound

Coda

O my songs,

Why do you look so eagerly and so curiously into people’s faces,

Will you find your lost dead among them?

Ezra Pound

from Poets.org

“What Happens in a Poem” — Roundtable Discussion / The Philoctetes Center

There is no end of things in the heart. Let’s look and listen. ~ Ezra Pound

What Happens in a Poem — The Philoctetes Center

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