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Hilda Doolittle Poems

  • Lethe
    NOR skin nor hide nor fleece
    Shall cover you,
    Nor curtain of crimson nor fine
    Shelter of cedar-wood be over you, ...
  • At Baia
    I should have thought
    in a dream you would have brought
    some lovely, perilous thing,
    orchids piled in a great sheath, ...
  • From Citron-bower
    From citron-bower be her bed,
    cut from branch of tree a-flower,
    fashioned for her maidenhead.
  • At Ithaca
    Over and back,
    the long waves crawl
    and track the sand with foam;
    night darkens, and the sea ...
  • Orchard
    I saw the first pear
    as it fell--
    the honey-seeking, golden-banded,
    the yellow swarm ...
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Flower 12 Great 10 Light 8 Wind 8 White 8 Sea 7 Gold 7 Bright 6 I Love You 6 God 6

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Stephanirod__: i keep the law, i hold the mysteries true, i am the vine, the branches, you and you. the mysteries remain, hilda doolittle.
Hilda_doolittle: as who would say (in a dream), "i send you this, who left the blue veins of your throat unkissed."
Hilda_doolittle: like a bird out of our hand, like a light out of our heart, you are gone.
Lrb: ‘as a writer and an analysand, h.d. understood herself to be shaping and sustaining her “own legend”. she was quite at home with keats’s idea that a “life of any worth is a continual allegory”.’ maureen n. mclane on hilda doolittle:
Daniel_red_eire: hilda doolittle by man ray, 1924
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No Passenger was known to flee'
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No Passenger was known to flee-
That lodged a night in memory-
That wily-subterranean Inn
Contrives that none go out again-


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