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The Dancers Inherit the Party #2020

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  • Title: The Dancers Inherit the Party
  • Author: Ian Hamilton Finlay
  • ISBN: 9780852460245
  • Page: 216
  • Format: None
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    1. The Dancers Inherit the PartyWhen I have talked for an hour I feel lousy Not so when I have danced for an hour The dancers inherit the partyWhile the talkers wear themselves out andsit in corners alone, and glower Love PoemA word was in my head,O, it was across my sun.What was the word It was what no one said.No one, no ones.A simple word like bread.A simple word like breadSweetly baked of wheatThat ripens in the sunI could not see becauseOf what was missing O, I was incomplete.O, I was incomple [...]

    2. Mostly noted as a concrete poet, Finlay published this collection when he was fairly young, in his 30s, I think Wry, funny, sharp, intelligent Worth seeking out.

    3. The title poem was my favourite by some distanceThe dancers inherit the partyWhen I have talked for an hour I feel lousy Not so when I have danced for an hour The dancers inherit the partyWhile the talkers wear themselves out and sit in the corners alone, and glower.

    4. Finlay is a creative genius sculptor, landscape architect, gardener, poet and great short story writer This one mixes his use of Glaswegian language, post modern phrasing, diamonds of his time after the war and evokes a melancholy song The book was given to me by another poet with a note read Scottish Beats My cover art is no the above blank can t seem to find how to load the original cover art for you I m giving it a 3 for now but will re read when I m not coming from such a dark place

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