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安 Beginning reader I Praise My Destroyer: Poems printable Ѻ Ebook Author Diane Ackerman फ 安 Beginning reader I Praise My Destroyer: Poems printable Ѻ Ebook Author Diane Ackerman फ WE DIE for Carl Sagan We die despite appointments and feuds, while our toddler, who recently learned to say No, opens and shuts drawers a hundred times a day and our teen braces for the rapids of romance We die despite the contracts and business trips we planned, when our desk is untidy, despite a long list of things to do which we keep simmering like a pot of rich broth We die despite work we cherish, marrying whom we love, piling up a star spangled fortune, basking on the Riviera of fame, and achieving, that human participle with no known object Life is not fair, the old saw goes We know, we know, but the saw glides slow, one faint rasp, and then at length another When you died, I felt its jagged teeth rip Small heartwounds opened and bled,closing as new ones opened ahead Horror welled, not from the how but the when You died at the top of your career, happy, blessed by love, still young Playing by evolution s rules, you won prospered, bred, rose in your tribe, did what the parent gods and society prized Yet it didn t save you, love or dough Even when it happens slow, it happens fast, and then there s no tomorrow Time topples, the castle of cards collapses, thoughts melt, the subscription lapses What a waste of life we spend in asking, in wish and worry and want and sorrow A tall man, you lie low, now and forever complete, your brilliant star eclipsed I remember our meeting, many gabfests ago, at a crossroads of moment and mind In later years, touched by nostalgia, I teased I knew you when you were just a badly combed scientist With a grin, you added I knew you when you were just a fledgling poet Lost friend, you taught me lessons I longed to learn, and this final one I ve learned against my will the one spoken in silence, warning us to love hard and deep, clutch dear ones tighter, ransom each day, the horror lesson I saw out of the corner of my eye but refused to believe until now we die WE DIE for Carl Sagan We die despite appointments and feuds, while our toddler, who recently learned to say No, opens and shuts drawers a hundred times a day and our teen braces for the rapids of romance We die despite the contracts and business trips we planned, when our desk is untidy, despite a long list of things to do which we keep simmering like a pot of rich broth We die despite work we cherish, marrying whom we love, piling up a star spangled fortune, basking on the Riviera of fame, and achieving, that human participle with no known object Life is not fair, the old saw goes We know, we know, but the saw glides slow, one faint rasp, and then at length another When you died, I felt its jagged teeth rip Small heartwounds opened and bled,closing as new ones opened ahead Horror welled, not from the how but the when You died at the top of your career, happy, blessed by love, still young Playing by evolution s rules, you won prospered, bred, rose in your tribe, did what the parent gods and society prized Yet it didn t save you, love or dough Even when it happens slow, it happens fast, and then there s no tomorrow Time topples, the castle of cards collapses, thoughts melt, the subscription lapses What a waste of life we spend in asking, in wish and worry and want and sorrow A tall man, you lie low, now and forever complete, your brilliant star eclipsed I remember our meeting, many gabfests ago, at a crossroads of moment and mind In later years, touched by nostalgia, I teased I knew you when you were just a badly combed scientist With a grin, you added I knew you when you were just a fledgling poet Lost friend, you taught me lessons I longed to learn, and this final one I ve learned against my will the one spoken in silence, warning us to love hard and deep, clutch dear ones tighter, ransom each day, the horror lesson I saw out of the corner of my eye but refused to believe until now we die.Brilliant Ackerman expresses her signature love for the world in all its seething glory Her sensuality is still in full force Booklist These poems are full of physical participation in the world, human involvement, and as one might expect of this scholar of the senses an eloquent eye Richard WilburVivid, playful, abundant, these poems constitute a directory of colors, an assembly of weathers, waters, creatures, and a bold, brash, invincible vote of confidence Anthony Hecht Ackerman s poems express a sense of sheer joy in physical existence, which she explores in language that has its own intense life The book is a pure pleasure Louis Simpson My Praise FM Your support keeps My FM uplifting you, your family and thousands of others Make a difference in people s lives Pledge for this year PRAISE KILA PRAISE Uplifting Encouraging Music You Family Streaming online Praise, Soul, the King Heaven The Center For We Invite To Sing sing with us, Click on music thumbnail 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    • I Praise My Destroyer: Poems
    • 4.5
    • 880
    • Format Kindle
    • 132 pages
    • 9780679771340
    • Diane Ackerman
    • Anglais
    • 18 April 2016

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