Words nd Ends from Ez IX. From Drafts & Fragments of Cantos CX-CXVII

By Jackson Mac Low 1922–2004 Jackson Mac Low
5/3/83                                                                                    (Ezra Pound)
 
oZier’s cuRve he wAll,
Phin   hOut   exUltant
seeN   impiDity,
Exultance,
aZ  loR  r-
leAf
Paler   rOck-
layers   at—
Un  e  deNho  ia
“HaD  Ever  oZzaglio,
tRacciolino
iccArdo   Psit,
IOve  blUer  thaN  oureD
Euridices,
yZance,
a’s  Rest,
use  At  P”
n  Of  trUction  eraNts
faceD,
E  tZ
e  FRance
is
LAnnes  Pire
fOrces,
a  nUisance,
was  Napoleon
1  22nd.

Ery   iZation.”
 
deR   ed   TAlleyrand   Political.
 
e,
Orage  id  Up  ter—
Night   al—
AnD  E  yZantines
m  pRologo
othAr.
 
Perform pO  e  jUniper,
ws  aNd  e  lanD  E
oZart,
verhanging n-
beAt
Pace
tO  n
oUt  rk,
aNd  owardD  Er  eZzo  heRe  iziA.
 
Ping.
 
 
nOrance”
e—
pUt  er,
aNd  his  Name  on)
anD  Eauty,
nZe)
veRned u45
A  Ptake
e  Old  a  qUestion  f  coNduct.)
 
inteD  En  r  Zephyrus.
 
eaR,
Ity,
Are
(Pale  yOung  foUr  hroNes,
y  minD  Ere  aZe,
eaRs  k  StAte  Paris—
NOr  frUit  thiNg,
t   saiD:
Esser  oZart,
‘s  fRiends  te  eAch  Peace  wOrld?
 
n  hUsk  s  fiNished
to  tiDe’s  E
rZo  hiRd  n,
heAven,
“Paradiso”
e
Over  xcUse  ll
aNd   paraDiso.
 
Ey  o  Zagreus
e  aRch  greAt  Paradiso
çOis  noUard,
e  suN  ling,
“De  Et
 
 
 
3 May 1983
New York

Jackson Mac Low, "Part 9 of Words nd Ends from Ez" from Words nd Ends from Ez. Copyright © 1993 by Jackson Mac Low.  Reprinted by permission of Avenue B.

Source: Words nd Ends from Ez (Avenue B, 1993)

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Poet Jackson Mac Low 1922–2004

POET’S REGION U.S., Mid-Atlantic

Subjects Activities, Travels & Journeys, Social Commentaries, Heroes & Patriotism, Mythology & Folklore, Greek & Roman Mythology

Poetic Terms Allusion

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Poet, performance artist, and composer Jackson Mac Low was born in Chicago and began studying music as a child. After completing coursework at the University of Chicago, he moved to New York City, where he earned a BA in Greek at Brooklyn College. His early work as an etymologist and reference book contributor laid the foundation for his fascination with the possibilities found in units of sound and sense. Influenced by Gertrude . . .

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SUBJECT Activities, Travels & Journeys, Social Commentaries, Heroes & Patriotism, Mythology & Folklore, Greek & Roman Mythology

POET’S REGION U.S., Mid-Atlantic

Poetic Terms Allusion

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