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By night their sparkle Repeats the garden lights, or moon- or starlight, Tinily underfoot, as though the very Here and now were becoming a kind of heaven To sit in, talking, largely mindless of The risen, cloudy brilliances above.
The LA stop, held at a remote ski resort, was tinily attended by only the hardest of hard-core Porno for Pyros fans, i.
Merrill's early work, First Poems (1951) and The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace (1959), introduces a romantic sensibility in formally accomplished, figurally complex, impersonal, often precious, and somewhat obscure poems--"early versions of desire" that "blaze tinily," from Merrill's perspective in 1972, "like fire deep / In windowglass far from the fire.