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Kenneth Rexroth


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'Autumn Rain' by Kenneth Rexroth
   has the opening lines   
Two Days Ago the Sky Was Full of Mares' Tails.
Yesterday Wind came, bringing low cigar Shaped clouds.
'The Signature of All Things' by Kenneth Rexroth
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My Head and Shoulders, and My Book In the Cool Shade...
And my body Stretched bathing in the sun, I lie by the waterfall(1905-1982), American poet and translator
Kenneth Rexroth
   lifespan was   
1905-1982
American poet
'Floating' by Kenneth Rexroth
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Our Canoe Idles in the Idling Current of the Tree...
And vine and rush enclosed backwater. Rexroth, 1906-1982
"Here We Lie Entranced by the Starlit Water, and Moments That Should Each Last Forever Slide Unconsciously by Us Like Water."
   are the closing lines of   
Another Spring by Kenneth Rexroth
"Our Hearts Slow, Quite, Reliable in Their Interlocked Rhythms, the Pulse in Your Thigh Caressing My Cheek. Quite."
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Quietly by Kenneth Rexroth
1905-1982
"As This River Slides Beyond This Lily Bed, and the Thieving Moments Fuse and Disappear in Our Mortal, Timeless Flesh"
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Floating by Kenneth Rexroth
1906-1982
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Signature of All Things
My head and shoulders, and my book in the cool shade"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Heart's Garden
Long poem beginning, "Young rice plants are just being transplanted"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Dragon and the Unicorn
" 'And what is love?' said Pilate, and washed his hands"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Phoenix and the Tortoise
"Webs of misery spread in the brain, in the Spring in the soft heat"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
Now the Starlit Moonless Spring
"...night stands over the Fountaine De Medicis"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Family
"Late night coming back to Melbourne from a party on the Kangaroo Plains"
"Two Phosphorescent Amoebas Overhead, and Two in the Bottomless Water"
   are the closing lines of   
The Family by Kenneth Rexroth
"The Magellanic Clouds - Two phosphorescent amoebas overhead, and two in the bottomless water"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
Another Spring
"The seasons revolve and the years change with no assistance or supervision"
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Phoenix and the Tortoise
1944
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
Flower Wreath Hill
Later poems, 1991
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
Sacramental Acts
The Love Poems, 1997
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
Swords That Shall Not Strike
Poems of Protest and Rebellion, 1999
Kenneth Rexroth
   wrote   
The Orchid Boat
As translator, 1972
Kenneth Rexroth
   was a   
Poet
American (1905-1982)






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