Wikipedia Poem, No. 174

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     BLACK FIELD

often forbid they wanted fashion's 
flight a cricket for the point of a wife
brings there an aroma learns some

unfamiliar words and aroma leaves 
for curb your enthusiasm reruns
they wanted fashion these virtues 

i will not outright descend academic norms
that found aroma learns uncertain memory
challenging lists that is a sense unique rules

or you know there can be unfamiliar work 
in a cask the generational icy hand of a poet
i know a cloak when i see it an anonymous 

stanza or a cricket—remembings—the 
hand of hard-edged inters- 
early in anonymous stupor

     BLACK FIELD DISSOLVING

therork’s live freedom—their like words 
younds hounds and africket the sele'more
arguments of reademining style cigars 

each word words a sidence and 
unfamilar sidecar and some digress
intended workshops of wreath extra gags

with cents or 
unconsider 
response, wit

or you academist generate 
pater in tagalog resoundred over 
figures or "zyte" freedom—they 

weigh and sequitur list she impaters 
along on academinings its or “zyte” 
from the left for and sequitur style 
breading their resounds
ambitra gags the parting jokes 
a new marvell the chall no rules

     BLACK FIELD DISSOLVING

al: "zyteenew" than 
ungingind its a nestur 
ung someargureat’s shing

sernat eat I wor all-seen thern
that und somether wriculat ane 
cow des ber me eat theitin 

uninthery: “jusbalrelis now ing, 
ninted withund, ther nonseener new ing 
loaleach crik ords, lisimithunings ing thern" 

corn sons to lis waybe st uninint
the rumpheirly of rul poethe th sture 
goak al: st to poetroodines br
 
blodigh laureateent caden animphe 
extrow th swelenew days no worksh stak 
fousbannes—the the alre

at onsiought usbal: “the annot 
thatiouroll it ach creat fambithate 
they st the that’s ty theirlenten"

     BLACK FIELD DISSOLVING 


Source: Pinsky, Robert. Singing School: Learning to Write (and Read) Poetry by Studying with the Masters. 2014. Print.

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