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Three Poems

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Reveries

With apologies to Joyce Kilmer

I think there’s nothing quite so dumb
As humped up shoulder, callused thumb
Made stiff and sore from twittering
Amid misspellings, skittering
Across a screen. Oh, what a sight
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BUK Near Donetsk

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Beside the fields of rye and flax
there is a road that leads to birches,
pocked with dark puddles and tank tracks,
above which no white dove perches.

Green men pray to another Christ,
a Fulcrum falling overhead,
a saviour or a poltergeist,
the sun behind it, fierce and red.

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Why Wars Happen, Beings on Earth Die

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Above the reeds the red clouds gather.
The boats moored at the river bank
reflect the blood, half full of water.
If only we knew whom to thank.

We look up at the darkening sky,
sun as if sinking, moon aflame,
the figurative language a lie,
and know for sure life is to blame.

13 August 2014

 

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Unity Mitford

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“She learned to walk again, but never fully recovered. She was incontinent and childish.”

She had sat at the Chancellor’s feet, a rival
to Eva Braun, highborn, blue-eyed, contrary
to the reds, dykes and faggots of Bloomsbury,
armed with only Campbell’s Flowering Rifle.
Surely she’d been guilty of high treason?
(Albion is a better place today,
a heaven for the black man and the gay!)
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In Englischer Garten

Unity Mitford, November 9, 1937

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“On September 3, 1939, the day of England’s declaration of war against Germany, Unity Mitford sat down upon a bench in a Munich park and put a bullet through her temple. The suicide attempt failed . . .”1

Tall willows shade the paths which wind between
The flower beds and grassy plots where you
Often walked. You spoke of what would happen
Should Germany and England decide to
Embark on war: Read more …

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A Hundred Since the First

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For five days the blowflies have cleansed their bones.
Now they lie waiting for the August rain,
for holy water, afterlives beyond Ukraine,
sure heaven neither judges nor atones?

Atop camo uniforms, their sun-bleached skulls
resemble cauliflowers amid rapeseed,
fodder for architects and lords of greed
who build Earth’s fences and tear down Earth’s walls.

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Nous marchons vers la nouvelle aube !

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Evelyn De Morgan, Eos, 1895

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Nous sommes les peuples du Nord
Nés dans les glaces et les forêts,
Et placés sous le signe du Soleil.
Nous croyons à l’Etre Cosmique
Qui a créé les Trois Mondes
Et la Force de Vie.
Nous sommes les peuples du Nord,
Nous parlons des langues différentes,
Mais nous formons une seule Race !
Avec les Douze dieux
Nous avons renoué le Pacte !
Au milieu des montagnes de glace,
Là dans la vallée sacrée
Nous avons placé la Pierre de Souveraineté
Et autour d’elle érigé le Cromlech !
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To Dominique Venner

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Translated by Francisco Albanese

I never met you.
How could I met you,
unless the tense thread of blood carried me
to the other side of the sea?
I could not meet you,
but your profile was familiar to me.
Perhaps you looked like
my Celtic great-grandfather.
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‘”We All Fall Down” & “Ashes, Ashes”

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We All Fall Down

We all fall down. But some of us get back
Up. That’s the rub, isn’t it — that getting
Back up, because falling stops the attack
And laying down there makes sure the letting
Up continues. But to get back up, to
Stand up once we’ve hit that floor when we know
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Two Poems

Anthony Van Dyck, "Self Portrait With a Sunflower," after 1633

Anthony Van Dyck, Self Portrait With a Sunflower, after 1633

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Self Portrait

I am ancient folkways dispossessed, I
Am nations ruined, I am tradition
Shattered, I am lost cause. I occupy
No locale that my ancestors sprung from,
I am immigration, I am the free
Passage out, Read more …

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