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Bel Canto
Bel Canto
The sun is high, the seaside air is sharp, And salty light reveals the Mayan School. The Irish hope their names are on the harp, We see the sheep's advertisement for wool, Boulders are here, to throw against a tarp, From which comes bursting forth a puzzled mule. Perceval seizes it and mounts it, then The blood-dimmed tide recedes and then comes in again. Fateful connections that we make to things Whose functioning's oblivious to our lives! How sidewise news of light from darkness springs, How blue bees buzz from big blooms back to hives And make the honey while the queen bee sings Leadbelly in arrangements by Burl Ives— How long ago I saw the misted pine trees And hoped, no matter how, to get them into poetry! Stendhal, at fifty, gazing as it happened On Rome from the Janiculum, decided That one way he could give his life a stipend Was to suspend his being Amour's fighter And get to know himself. Here he had ripened Accomplished, loved, and lived, was a great writer But never had explored in true detail His childhood and his growing up. So he set sail Composing La Vie de Henry Brulard But in five hundred pages scarcely got Beyond his seventeenth year, for it is hard To take into account what happens here And fit it all onto an index card. Even one moment of it is too hot, Complex and cannibalistically connected To every other, which is what might be expected. Sterne's hero has a greater problem, never Getting much past his birth. I've had a third one. My autobiography, if I should ever Start out to write it, quickly seems a burden An I-will-do-that-the-next-time endeavor. Whatever life I do write's an absurd one As if some crazy person with a knife Cut up and made a jigsaw puzzle of a life. In any case a life that's hardly possible In the conditions that we really live in, Where easy flying leaps to inaccessible Mountainy places where love is a given And misery, if there, infinitesimal, Are quite the norm. Here none by pain is driven That is not curable by the romanza That's kept in readiness to finish any stanza. Whatever, then, I see at this late stage of My life I may or may not have stayed ignorant Of that great book I've strained to write one page of Yet always hoping my page was significant. Be it or not, for me and for the ages I leave it as it is. Yet as a figurant Who has not stopped, I'm writing in addition More lines to clarify my present disposition. One person in a million finds out something Perhaps each fifty years and that is knowledge. Newton, Copernicus, Einstein are cunning. The rest of us just rise and go to college With no more hope to come home with the bunting Than a stray dachshund going through the village. However, what a treat our small successes Of present and of past, at various addresses! To be in all those places where I tarried Too little or too late or bright and early To love again the first woman I married To marvel at such things as melancholy, Sophistication, drums, a baby carriage, A John Cage concert heard at Alice Tully— How my desire when young to be a poet Made me attentive and oblivious every moment! Do you remember Oceanview the Fair? The heights above the river? The canoes? The place we beached them and the grass was bare? Those days the sandbars gave our knees a truce? The crooked line of pantry shelves, with pear And cherry jam? And Pancho, with his noose? Do you remember Full and Half and Empty? Do you remember sorrow standing in the entry? Do you remember thought, and talking plainly? Michel and I went walking after Chartres Cathedral had engaged our spirits mainly By giving us an insight into Barthes. Michel said he was capable of feigning Renewed intentions of the soul's deep part, Like this cathedral's artificial forces That press a kind of artless thought into our faces. And yet— The moor is dark beneath the moon. The porcupine turns over on its belly And new conceptions rap at the cocoon. Civilization, dealing with us fairly, For once, releases its Erectheion Of understanding, which consoles us, nearly. Later we study certain characteristics That may give us a better chance with the statistics. How much I'd like to live the whole thing over, But making some corrections as I go! To be a better husband and a father, Be with my babies on a sled in snow. By twenty I'd have understood my mother And by compassion found a way to know What separates the what-I-started-out-as From what-I-sometimes-wished-I-was-when-in-the-mountains. To be once more the one who what was worthy Of courtship courted—it was quite as stressful As trying to, er, as they say, give birth to A poem and as often unsuccessful, But it was nice to be sublime and flirty With radiant girls, and, in some strange way, restful. I could be everything I wasn't usually— And then to get somebody else to feel it mutually! In poems the same problem or a similar. Desire of course not only to do old things But things unheard of yet by nuns or visitors And of the melancholy finch b
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167,582 items / 1,309,996 views Khutbat-ul-Bian Imam Alia.s. said, ‘you will find Divine secrets about us, in my sermon of ‘Bian’, which no one would be able to comprehend except the truly guided scholars. It is also recommended to first read and understand ‘Hadith-e-Tariq’1 prior to refereing to khutaba-tul-Bian. 'Imam Alia.s. delivered the following Sermon: I am the ‘one’ who has the keys of the ‘unknown’ and no one else has access to these treasures except and foremost Mohammedsaww and then myself (through him). I possess knowledge about everything, I am the ‘one’ about whom Rasool Allahsaww has said, ‘I am the city of knowledge and Alia.s. is its gateway’. I am ‘Zulkarnain’2 who’s virtues are revealed in the Divine Books, I am that ‘Hajar Mukarram’3 from where 12 springs will emerge, I am the holder of ‘Sulayman’s Ring’4, I am the ‘one’ who appraises the deeds of masses, I am ‘Lohay-Mahfooz’5, I am ‘Jumb-Allah’, and ‘Qalab-Allah’6. I am the ‘one’ who has control over people’s views and beliefs and they will all return to us7 and we are entrusted with the authority to evalutate their deeds, I am the ‘one’ about whom Rasool Allahsaww said, ‘O! Ali your conduct is the ‘Sirat-e- Mustaqeem’8 and your judgement is, in fact, the verdict of thy Lordswt’. I have the Divine Knowledge about the past and the future. I am the (companion of) ‘First Adam’ and I am the (helper of) ‘first Nuh’9. I am the reliever of ‘Ibrahim Khaleela.s.’-when he was thrown into the pool of fire, I am the proof of Divine mysteries, I am the rescuer and redeemer of a ‘momin’10, I create the means (of sustenance), I form clouds (in the skies), grow leaves on the trees and bless them with the fruits and make springs to gush out of the earth’s crust. I laid down the earth and raised up the skies, I separate truth from falsehood, I will send people towards heaven and hellfire, I deliver the meanings of Heavenly scripts, I was created ‘Masoom’11 by Allahswt, I am the treasurer of Divine knowledge, I am Allahswt‘s ‘Hujjat’12 on His creatures, both in the skies and on the earth, I represent His integrity and justice, I am the ‘Dabatul Arz’13, I will blow the first ‘Surr’’14 on the Final Day of Judgement, I am ‘Rarifa’15, I am Allahswt’s that ‘Symbol’ which will be shown on the day of Resurrection, I am the ‘one’, from whom nothing is concealed that may be on the face of the earth or residing in the gardens of heaven, I am that ‘moment in time’ of Allahswt (which will appear on the Day of Judgement) who’s denier will deserve the punishment of hellfire, I am that ‘Divine Book’ of Allahswt which has no ambiguity, I am those names of Allahswt, which should be recited during all prayers. I am the Divine Light from which Mosesa.s. benefited and succeeded, I am the ‘one’ who would bring down high risers with tremor (on the day of judgement) and I will comfort ‘Momaneen’ as they emerge out of their graves. I am the ‘one’ who has one thousand books of Divine Prophetsa.s., I speak all languages of the world, I am the companion and deliverer of Nuha.s., I console Ayuba.s. when he was suffering and I cured his illness, I comforted Younisa.s. and showed him the way out (of the fish’s jaws), I am the holder of that ‘Whistle’ which will destroy everything (on the final day of judgement) and I will, subsequently, bring back to life all people, and I will look after the affairs of the ‘Final day’. I have raised the ‘seven skies’ with the powers and commandments, entrusted to me by my Lordswt. I am very kind and extend pardon (upon repentance) but my wrath is certainly the wrath of Allahswt. I am the ‘one’ who was praised by ‘Ibrahim Khaleela.s.’ after being saved (from the burning fire), I am the ‘wonder16’ of Mosesa.s. which will punish all sinners (by grabbing them from their necks), I am the ‘one’, who when looked at the skies, did not find anyone who could challenge me. I am the ‘one’ who counts His creatures, even though they are numerous, and make sure they return back to their Lordswt. I am the trustee who protects Divine commands. I do not treat anyone with unkindness, as I am the Divine sustainer ‘Wali Allah’. His commands have been entrusted upon me and I have been made ruler over masses by my Lordswt. I am the ‘one’ who called the Moon and the Sun and they moved forward in my obedience. I am the ‘one’ who called upon ‘seven skies’ and they bow down on my instructions and stabilised in perfect posture. I am the ‘one’ who nominated all Prophetsa.s., created all worlds and laid down the earth. I am aware of all those affairs which have been made ‘ compulsory (by my Lordswt). I am the ‘Amr17’ of Allahswt and the ‘Spirit’ of Allahswt, as Allahswt says (in Quran), ‘they ask you (O! Prophet) about the ‘Spirit’, you tell them that ‘Spirit’ is from Allahswt’s ‘Amr’18. I am the ‘one’ about whom Allahswt has said to His Prophetsaww, ‘Two of you will send each and every malicious non

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