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Creeley-Robert_Selections - The Whip Robert Creeley I spent...

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“The Whip” Robert Creeley I spent the night turning in bed, my love was a feather, a flat sleeping thing. She was very white and quiet, and above us on the roof, there was another woman I also loved, had addressed myself to in a fit she returned. That encompasses it. But now I was lonely, I yelled, but what was that? Ugh, she said, beside me, she put her hand on my back, for which act I think to say this wrongly.
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“I know a man” As I sd to my friend, because I am always talking,--John, I sd, which was not his name, the darkness sur- rounds us, what can we do against why not, buy a goddamn big car, drive, he sd, for christ’s sake, look out where yr going. AS REAL as thinking wonders created by the possibility— forms. A period at the end of a sentence which began it was into a present, a presence saying something as it goes. No forms less than activity.
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All words— days—or eyes— or happening is an event only for the observer? No one
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course ENL113B ENL113B taught by Professor Keriwolf during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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