Donald Justice I Love You Poems

  • 1.
    All these maneuverings to avoid
    The touching of hands,
    These shifts to keep the eyes employed
    On objects more or less neutral
  • 2.
    Your face more than others' faces
    Maps the half-remembered places
    I have come to I while I slept—
    Continents a dream had kept
  • 3.
    R. B. VAUGHN speaks:

    รข??After so many years of pursuing the ideal
  • 4.
    Turn your head. Look. The light is turning yellow.
    The river seems enriched thereby, not to say deepened.
    Why this is, I'll never be able to tell you.

  • 5.
    Cities burn behind us; the lake glitters.
    A tall loudspeaker is announcing prizes;
    Another, by the lake, the times of cruises.
    Childhood, once vast with terrors and surprises,
  • 6.
    It always comes, and when it comes they know.
    To will it is enough to bring them there.
    The knack is this, to fasten and not let go.

Total 6 I Love You Poems by Donald Justice

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