Season on Earth Poets Penguin Epub º Earth Poets

Season on Earth Poets Penguin Epub º Earth Poets

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  1. David Curry David Curry says:

    After Walt Whitman Is there a authentic and commanding American poet of joy than Kenneth Koch? I doubt it; but if there is let me know because I definitely want to make that poet’s acuaintanceIn 1987 Penuin Books brought out two of Koch’s earliest books — Ko and The Duplications— along with a new at the time book length poem Seasons on Earth in a single edition with a cover by Larry Rivers None of those three books appears in The Collected Poems that Knopf published in 2005 nor does When The Sun Tries To Go On which Black Sparrow Press issued in 1969 In Seasons On Earth we get an older Koch looking back to the happiness of his younger days “I used to live for it like cows for clover” At one point we get a railway terminal that “gave off toots and whistles to friends and lovers kissing near its trestles” After the slant rhyme of “whistles” and “trestles” a few stanzas later Koch tosses off “elsewhere” and “elixir” His adroit and mischievous play with rhymes sparks the poem from beginning to end Here’s a stanzaIt was the time it was the nineteen fiftiesWhen Eisenhower was President I thinkAnd the Cold War like Samson AgonistesWent roughly on and we were at the brinkNo time for Whitsuntides or Corpus Christis —Dread drafted all with its atomic clinkThe Waste Land gave the time’s most accurate dataIt seemed and Eliot was the Great DictatorOf literature One hardly dared to winkOr fool around in any way in poemsAnd critics poured out awful jereboamsTo irony ambiguity and tension —And other things I do not want to mention I remembered that “wink or fool around” as I read on In the second book reprinted in this violume Ko you early on encounter “foam on beer” in two different similes expand your smile when you come to the second one and bet that Koch will do it again He doesn’t but he has plenty of other tricks up his sleeve Continuing to read like a bizarre but fortuitous cross pollenation between “Rocky Raccoon” and Ogden Nash the fifth “canto” of Ko opens with these two stanzasIf you have ever driven in Kalamazoo
You’ll know the way the road that leads you inTo the center of town has curbs sometimes of blue
Sometimes of green or white and as you spin 
On four good wheels some houses look uite new
And others old but all of them make you grinBecause they arer so calm — then there’s the nameOf the city which is its chiefest claim to fameI know you’ll speak to me of overalls
And furniture as folks in WillimanticTell one of threads and in gray AtlanticCity of hydrostatic telephone calls;But all of what they say is rather pedanticFor what is nice in Kalamazoo’s its monikerAs in Atlantic City Miss AmericaLater a reader is treated to “Pelicans who could keep the works of Hobbes ins ide their beaks ” “Hobbes ins “ is a ryhme with “robins” and then we get “hummingbirds who dance like little bobbins on a loom” We could go Miss Grundy and complain that the hyphenation of “inside” is incorrect but I think our poet would ask us to loosen up and isn’t the incorrectness part of Koch’s audacious play?The Duplications includes a romantic triangle involving Mickey and Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck with a rollicking digression Digressions abound in Koch discussing noses as they vary from species to species Suddenly in the middle of all manner of wild goings on Oh the artWe waste upon ingenious ways of killingWhen we were babies just to be was thrilling —To hold a rattle up to eat our mommiesTo learn to walk Then came our childhood peasures — Our baseballs footballs rag dolls origamisNext adolescence with its sexual treasures —Who then was thinking about killing Commies?I just wanted to peek under your feathersAt Aaron’s costumne party Ellen WhiteAnd think of you and phone you every nightAnd swim with you sometimes in Karen’s coolLight blue piscine and kiss you cold and drippingAnd hold you in my arms Oh why not poolThe intellect of all to make one grippingInevitable bright ecstatic schoolWhose aim will be to keep such times from slippingAway from us so that we’d keep so muchOf happiness from weather mood and touchThat we’d be generous of our conditionAnd give it freely not be always fightingThose we fear may threaten our position —Shortly after that comes this He boughtA ticket for himself to tropical ChinaAnd smuggled Beano on the ocean linerThat was the lion’s name locked in a trunkTropical China and Beano both within three lines — that’s Kenneth Koch who not much later gives us “Rome’s first synagogue La Mamma Aleph”I’m having to hold myself back from uoting I cannot improve on Harry Matthews’ judgment uoted on the back cover of the book “The Duplications is an intensely serious undertaking masuerading as preposterous entertainment”

  2. Oliver Ho Oliver Ho says:

    A fascinating and strange book containing two massive epic poems as well as a long introductory poem about the author's relationship to the works He wrote Ko in his thirties them returned to the work with a sort of seuel The Duplications about ten or so years later and then wrote the introductory piece another ten or so years later All three are amazing takes on epic poems in the vein of Orlando Furioso and Byron's Don Juan They follow the ottava rima structure and comically digressive and surreal narrative flow I read a couple of interviews with Koch where he said he'd intended to to write epics that were 'all incident no reflection' or something like that and also wanted to invoke the tone of Mack Sennett's films They are definitely odd poemsnarratives jumping in time and space with many strange characters and mythic surreal events I think the two later pieces tried to bring in reflection It's hard to discern a clear cut simple point to it all beyond the wild fun the author seems to have in wordplay and following his imagination wherever it goes and that's than enough

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