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Of indigo and saffron : new and selected poems

Autor: Michael McClure; Leslie Scalapino
Editora: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2011.
Séries: Simpson, imprint in humanities.
Edição/Formato   Livro : Poesia : Publicação de governo estadual ou província : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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"This essential collection of Michael McClure's poetry contains the most original, radical, and visionary work of a major poet who has been garnering acclaim and generating controversy for more than fifty years. Ranging from A Fist Full, published in 1957, through Swirls in Asphalt, a new poem sequence, Of Indigo and Saffron is both an excellent introduction to this unique American voice and an impressive selection  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: American poetry
Tipo de Material: Publicação do governo, Publicação de governo estadual ou província
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Michael McClure; Leslie Scalapino
ISBN: 9780520262874 0520262875
Número OCLC: 606760518
Notas: "Simpson imprint in humanities."
Includes index.
Descrição: xv, 319 pages ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: The breech --
Poem (Linked part to part) --
Point Lobos : animism --
For the death of 100 whales --
Poem (I wanted to turn to electricity) --
The mystery of the hunt --
Peyote poem --
The air --
Two weeks baby sunbathing --
For a drawing by Jess --
Oh giddy blank white page --
The root the ion the pride to the leaf --
Oh bring oh blood back the courage --
Oh why oh why the blasted love --
Oh ease oh body-strain oh love --
Abaved dearn a-dearn death-fear --
To your huge smooth face and hand --
Ode to Jackson Pollock --
The chamber --
Ode for soft voice --
Yes table --
From For Artaud --
La Plus Blanche --
Rant block --
Ode (the love and vision of the instant --
Ode (Oh black and cold I see in) --
Hummingbird Ode --
Ode (My words are plain) --
Fantasy ode --
Ode (wildnesses and high act lie in a fabric) --
Goooooor! --
Pleasure fears me --
Oh lovely line --
Marilyn Monroe --
Silence the eyes! --
I love to think --
The stars are a shield --
In tranquility --
Mad sonnet --
Love lion --
Cold Saturday mad sonnet --
Mad sonnet 2 --
Poisoned wheat --
Oh muse --
Written above the Sierras / in the Flyleaf of Regis Debray's --
Gray Fox at Solstice --
Springs. Poetics --
Loveliness / of gold flakes --
So now it's serious --
Another spot --
somewhere / else --
Love and hunger comprise hatred --
Durer, Raphawl, and Shang dynasty --
Dream : the night of December 23rd --
Captives --
Dark brwon eyes of seals --
Rose rain --
"To glean the livingness of worlds" --
Dark contemplation --
Freewheelin's tattoo --
Spirit's desperado --
Mexico seen from the moving car --
The butterfly --
The cheetah --
This cloud is a life --
The cloud that Raphael found --
Stick figures of Jack and Jill --
I am a God with a hugh face --
Hold, let this moment --
The old rabbit begins to wink --
Oh accident! --
Hey, it's all con / sciousness --
Pink bandaid stuck --
Moldy / Board --
Brass / and / turquoise --
Oh / hum / ming / bird --
Hey / driver --
The dry / fir needle --
The fox turd / is a cliff --
The heron --
Orion --
Before dawn --
Butterflies --
Grafting one --
Grafting two --
Grafting five --
Grafting nine --
Grafting fourteen --
Bud --
Grafting eighteen --
Grafting nineteen --
Flower --
"Give way or be smitten into nothingness" --
Plum stone two --
Plum stone six --
Plum stone fifteen --
We sit on black cushions --
Plum --
Unchanged --
A forest of horses --
No more ferocity --
I polished the stars --
The moment is our --
How badly --
We go through this --
The moment does not --
I love speaking --
If we go one step --
The cat lies against --
The "contingent flux" --
"Blind seeing" --
In the painted chamber --
Imagination enables --
Cascading synapses --
I strike outwards --
Musk crab shell --
O lion head, uplift me --
From the peak --
The forest of horses --
Samhain --
Swirl of asphalt --
Right here --
Platforms of whiteness --
Muscle tissue tendon --
Zinging into senses --
I save myself --
Lamb salmon prawn --
Proud of testosterone --
The kernel of each --
Breadth of being --
The sunset moment --
Children are casualties --
We swim in the illumination --
A vulture flies over the edge --
Liquid mercury in the palm --
A birth of a photon --
We have always wanted to do this --
Transiency like the shape of water --
The presence of a laugh --
Freckles of white plum blossoms --
Let there be murders --
The intention of creating --
The music is not so bright --
Fire, water, earth, air, meat --
I am the full grown old man here --
A hunk of irrevocable nothing --
From the non-beginning of the wave --
The marching band in the forest --
The pursuit of consequence --
Nothing abolishes chance --
You find the unfinished --
Spontaneously perfect nothing --
Lives in the morning air --
Subtract us from ourselves --
Dazed with the fantasy --
Black souls are cleared for victory --
Miracles full blown in our faces --
What good money owns us? --
Old age in a nazi nation --
I report that --
The quest of consciousness is nada --
No reason to hold back the party --
Swiftly moving jagged unrecognizable --
No thundering footsteps dissolve.
Título da Série: Simpson, imprint in humanities.
Outros Títulos: Poem.
Responsabilidade: Michael McClure ; edited and with an introduction by Leslie Scalapino.

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A collection of Michael McClure's poetry that contains the radical, visionary work of a major poet who has been garnering acclaim and generating controversy for more than fifty years.  Ler mais...

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