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"Even Though the District Attorney Keeps Me Well in Mind, Grace Allows Me Sometimes to Slip Into the Alhambra by Night"
   are the closing lines of   
The Eel in the Cave by Robert Bly
Robert Bly
   wrote   
November Day at McClure's
"Alone on the jagged rock at the south end of McClure's beach"
Robert Bly
   wrote   
Snowbanks North of the House
"Those great sweeps of snow that stop suddenly six feet from the house"
"No One Knows Why He Came, or Why He Turned Away, and Did Not Climb the Hill"
   are the closing lines of   
Snowbanks North of the House by Robert Bly
Robert Bly
   wrote   
For My Son, Noah, Ten Years Old
"Night and day arrive, and day after day goes by, and what is old remains old"
Robert Bly
   wrote   
The Eel in the Cave
"Our veins are open to shadow, and our fingertips porous to murder"
Robert Bly
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When My Dead Father Called
"Last night I dreamt my father called to us. He was stuck somewhere"
'Why We Don't Die' by Robert Bly
   has the opening lines   
In Late September Many Voices Tell You You Will Die. The Leaf Says It
Robert Bly
   wrote   
Morning Poems
1997
Robert Bly
   wrote   
What Have I Ever Lost By Dying?
Collected prose poems, 1992
Robert Bly
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News of the Universe
Poems chosen and introduced by Robert Bly
Robert Bly
   wrote   
This Body is Made of Camphor and Goperwood
1977
Robert Bly
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Old Man Rubbing His Eyes
1974
Robert Bly
   wrote   
The Light Around the Body
Robert Bly
   wrote   
Silence in the Snowy Fields
Robert Bly
   wrote   
Sleepers Joining Hands
Robert Bly
   wrote   
Iron John
1990; analysis of a Brothers Grimm fairy tale with lessons from the past of importance to modern men






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