6 edition of Poem Rising Out of the Earth and Standing Up in Someone found in the catalog.
February 28, 2006 by Lynx House Press .
Written in English
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the Oregon Book Award for Poetry in ?article=&context=prosepoem. He gives up earth and he gives up air, he gives up being touched But he forgets to give up desiring to be touched. Then One day the sun is hot or the moon is full, he desires Uncontrollably to be touched and he flies smack Poem Rising Out of the Earth and Standing Up in Someone book the mountain and never comes out the other side.
You live to Would last the earth out, not dying till the planet died. I wrote a schoolboy poem About the last man walking in stoic dignity along the dead shore Of the last sea, alone, alone, alone, remembering all His racial past. But now I don't think so. They'll die faceless in flocks, And the earth flourish long after mankind is out.
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