Rob Ayling, yer Gonzo Grande Fromage, writes:
"Thom the World poet is an old mate of mine from way back in my history. Even pre-dating Voiceprint, when I was running "Otter Songs" and Thom's poetry tapes and guest appearances with Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth and Mother Gong are well known and highly regarded. It just felt right to include a daily poem from Thom on our Gonzo blog and when I approached him to do so, he replied within seconds!!! Thom is a great talent and just wants to spread poetry, light and positive energy across the globe. If we at Gonzo can help him do that - why not?
Re: The Paris Review: On Finding a Lost Ezra Pound Poem in a Castle
ON THE PATH,BY MORNING LIGHT
Dewdrops on the front lawn,like edible jewelry
LISTENING TO ELDERS(TREES
Even they sway
A little for the lost.
PATH FINDERS BEFORE US
EVERY WORD A FLOWER
SOMEONE IS ALWAYS WAITING
(To hear this..
Sun 17 -SPOKEN N HEARD@Kick Butt 7-10pm @5775 west airport
On Saturday, September 16, 2017, 8:34:53 PM CDT, Randy Lusk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Finding a Lost Ezra Pound Poem in a Castle
The Paris Review
The Schloss Brunnenburg, where Ezra Pound lived late in his life. “Hast thou 2 loaves of bread Sell one + with the dole Buy straightaway some hyacinths To feed thy soul.” —Ezra Pound I found this short poem by Ezra Pound as I was researching a book about Pound’s years in St. Elizabeths Hospital. It appears for the first time in my book The Bughouse and in the Fall issue of The Paris Review. Finding a previously unpublished poem by Ezra Pound sounds both adventurous and grittily archival, but Read the full story
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