Richard Eberhart quotes

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I saw on the slant hill a putrid lamb,
Propped with daisies.
And the truth wailing there like a red babe.
If I could only live at the pitch that is near madness
When everything is as it was in my childhood
He obeys the orders of nature
Without knowing them
It is what man does not know of God
Composes the visible poem of the world.
Names on a list, whose faces I do not recall
But they are gone to early death, who late in school
Was man made stupid to see his own stupidity?
Is God by definition indifferent, beyond us all?
You would think the fury of aerial bombardment
Would rouse God to relent;
we, outlaws on God's property,
Fling out imagination beyond the skies,
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