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This poem is taken from PN Review 88, Volume 19 Number 2, November - December 1992.

for D.D. in South Bend lecturing on 'Enlightenment and Christian Dissent': E.P. in Crawfordsville John Matthias

He was en provence for sure
at Wabash college -
Writing there to Mary Moore
of Trenton, "Grey eyes …"

Writing Cino: "Bah! I have
sung women in three
cities … ", putting up an
unemployed actress,

getting fired, Gay Cino
of quick laughter,
Cino, of the dare, the jibe
.
What, asked Possum more

than once, does Ezra Pound
believe? In light. In
light from the beginning,
in gardens of the sun -

But "'Pollo Phoibee, old
...


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