Surrender and the Body
A Dedicatory Aside
Part of the Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science book series (BSPS, volume 51)
I went outside and lay down in the yard, in the cooling breeze. I looked up. On my left, from down up, a rising tree. I moved my eyes to the right: there was the dusk—blue sky, then the edge of the house, which defined all. I thought somebody would perceive such a blend but might doubt that I could: I was too coarse:
I don’t see rigidity and life, straight, undulating House and tree, manmade and not, hard, soft, How they are laundered by the moon.
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