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  • 123 pages
  • Mind Breaths: Poems 1972 77
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • English
  • 10 May 2014
  • 9780872860926

About the Author: Allen Ginsberg

Irwin Allen Ginsberg was the Poems 1972 Kindle Ò son of Louis and Naomi Ginsberg two Jewish members of the New York literary counter culture of the s Ginsberg was raised among several progressive political perspectives A supporter of the Communist party Ginsberg's mother was a Mind Breaths: Epub / nudist whose mental health was a concern throughout the poet's childhood According to biographer Barry Miles Naomi's illness gave A.



10 thoughts on “Mind Breaths: Poems 1972 77

  1. mwpm mwpm says:

    The poems of Mind Breaths show two distinctive sides of Ginsberg's poetics the personal and the transcendental In Ginsberg's previous collection these two sides have co existed harmoniously articulated in separate poems or together in the same poem In Mind Breaths however there is a disharmony evident in the divide of these two sides; indeed they don't co exist as harmoniously as they did in Ginsberg's early work but rather seem to have retreated to opposing poles where they have developed for better or worse to such an extreme that one can't help but wonder how they ever co existed In some cases the personal poems take on a blunt uality Whereas the transcendental poems have lost their subtly; indeed they have become surface conspicuous forced perhaps as Ginsberg's public identity became prominentWhen the red pond fills fish appearWhen the red pond dries fish disappearEverything built on the desert crumbles to dustElectric cable transmission wires swept downThe lizard people came out of the rockThe red Kangaroo people forgot their own songOnly a man with four sticks can cross the Simpson DesertOne rain turns red dust green with leavesOne raindrop begins the universeWhen the raindrop dries world come to their end Ayers Rock Uluru Songa lot of mouths and cocksunder the world there's a lot of come and a lot of saliva dripping into brooksThere's a lot of Shit under the world flowing beneath cities into riversa lot of urine floating under the worlda lot of snot in the world's industrial nostrils sweat under the world's iron arm bloodgushing out of the world's breastendless lakes of tears seas of sick vomit rushing between hemispheresfloating toward Sargasso old oily rags and brake fluids human gasoline Under the world there's a lot of ass a lot of cuntlemme kiss your face lick your necktouch your lips tongue tickle tongue endnose to nose uiet uestionsever slept with a man before?hand stroking you back slowly down to the cheeks' moist hair soft assholeeyes to eyes blur a tear strained from seeing 0 Sweet Boy Gimme Yr Ass and as I looked at the crowd of kids on the stoop a boy stepped up put his arm around my necktenderly I thought for a moment sueezed harder his umbrella handle against my skulland his friends took my arm a young brown companion tripped his foot 'gainst my ankle as I went down shouting Om Ah Hum to gangs of lovers on the stoop watching Mugging Jaweh with Atom Bomb Allah cuts throat of InfidelsJaweh's armies beat down neighbouring tribesWill Red Sea waters close drown h'armies of Allah? Jaweh and Allah BattleThis may be interpreted as progress as a refinement of the poet's voices to its most potent; it may reflect personal or creative growthdevelopment exploring the possibilities of poetry and expanding into new territory; or it may be symptomatic of the poet's fatigue in the wake of the 1960s the death of the 1960s idealism along with the deaths of his friends Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac Perhaps mourn is the wrong word as it relates to Cassady and Kerouac Ginsberg doesn't reflect on the death of his friends he reflects on his reflection on the death of his friends that is the poems of The Fall of America his previous collection in which he pays tribute to his friends Ginsberg's reflections on his reflections provides an insightful and revelatory conclusion to the relationships shared by the Beat icons Annotations to Rabindranath Tagore's Sung PoetryIn later days remembering this I shall certainly go madReading Sung poems I think of my poems to Nealdead few years now Jack undergroundinvisible their faces rise in my mindDid I write truthfully of them? In later timesI saw them little not much different they're deadThey live in books and memory strong as on earth Returning to the Country for a Brief VisitThe deaths of the 1960s idealism Cassady and Kerouac along with the account of the mugging combine to create a darker tone in Mind Breaths another departure from Ginsberg's early work There is a preoccupation with death that may have been present in Ginsberg's early work but not as prominent as it is here in poems like Sad Dust Glories a poem that is incidentally dedicated To the Dead that begin You were here on earth in cities where now? Bones in the ground thoughts in my mind But the list isn't complete without the poems that address the deaths of Pablo Neruda William Carlos Williams for whom Ginsberg already wrote a tribute in a poem from Planet News and the poet's fatherSome breath breathes out Adonais Canto GeneralSome breath breathes out Bombs and dog barksSome breath breathes out silent over green snow mountainsSome breath breathes not at all On Neruda's DeathDawn's orb orange raw shining over Palisadesbare crowded banches bush up from marshes New Jersey with my father riding automobilehighway to Newmark Airport Empire State'sspire horned buildingtops Manhattanrising as in W C Williams' eyes between wire trestles trucks six wheeled steady rolling overpass beside New York I am heretiny under sun rising in vast white skystaring thru skeleton new buildingswith pen in hand awake We Rise on Sun Beams and Fall in the NightWalking at night on asphalt campusroad by the German Instructor with GlassesW C Williams is dead he said in accentunder the tree in Benares; I stopped and askedWilliams is dead? Enthusiastic and wide eyedunder the Big Dipper Stood on the Porchof the International House Annex bungalowinsects buzzing round the electric lightreading the Medical obituary in Timeout among the sparrows behind the shuttersWilliams is in the Big Dipper He isn't deadas the many pages of words arranged thrillwith his intonations the mouths of meek kids becoming subtle even in Bengal Death News from Planet NewsWhat's to be done about Death?Nothing nothingStop going to school No 6 Patterson NJ in 1937?Freeze time tonight with a headache at uarter to 2 AM?Not go to my Father's funeral tomorrow morn?Not go back to Naropa teach Buddhist poetics all summer?Not be buried in the cemetery near Newark Airport some day? Don't Grow Old VII

  2. Rand Rand says:

    this volume forms a central tenet of Ginsberg's oeuvre in both part and whole it is a form of meditation as mediation with the Oversoul a conversation in form of free verse playing light on dark the collection which links Ginsberg back to Blake judging from what little I have read of either so do shake the salt from my cells as you pleaseBought a copy from the river and sold it to a different shop in hopes of passing on its wisdom Hope it found a home or better still a new mind in which to breatheMore substantial than Howl in variations and content and depth The sort of thing to be reread to be savored as one enjoys a fine bar of chocolate or a long slow fuck—the mirrory sort which negates the need for an smoke after The sort of thing which one can never uite reach the end of that one almost feels the tacit need to not finish not for years not until one realizes what was lost

  3. Ben Ben says:

    One poem that really struck me in this collection is Yes And It's Hopeless in which Ginsberg reflects on many of the problems in the world we live in published in 1978 with poems written between 1972 and 1977 wars drug problems assassinations etc with a sense of despair In many of these poems Ginsberg anguishes over the state of affairs in the world oil pollution the assassination of JFK the shootings at Kent State University in 1970 in others over his own lost youth and the deaths of friends Kerouac and Cassady In later timesI saw them little not much difference they're deadThey live in books and memory strong as on earth To me Howl is the best Ginsberg offers though I also enjoyed collections such as The Fall of America and Reality Sandwiches and to a lesser extent Kaddish This for me was not a Ginsberg great it had some fine moments of writing but just comes across as somewhat depressing Ginsberg in a sense relieving himself of all the heavy burdens in the world I loose my bowels of AsiaI move the USAI crap on DharmakayaAnd wipe the worlds away This is not a work I would read again though it does put me one step closer to reading the entirety of Ginsberg's poetry

  4. Kienan Aguado Kienan Aguado says:

    Ginsberg is one of the most thought provoking writers I have come across He encourages the mind to grow expansively beyond the conventional limitations of his day and our present day as well This collection of poems written in the 70s after most of his dear friends had passed away struck me as saddening Everyone he loved and admired was long gone and all he had were their words and their memories I thought to myself How heartbreaking almost immediately realizing I myself am in the same boat 90% of my inspirations are no longer here with us Let the mind breathe and take in the wild words of good ole Allen G

  5. Sundry Sundry says:

    Um I dunno I had a hard time focusing on these poems None of them really engaged me Sadly many seem very dated because of hot topic references I suppose they are historically relevant I’ve never read Howl Maybe I should have started there

  6. Joey Joey says:

    This is my first Ginsberg collection and I’m not sure how many I’m going to try While the percussion and the music of some of the poems were fun and exhilarating I found most of the book to be boring and tedious Not all of it is Ginsberg’s fault The book only covers the mid 1970s and I wasn’t yet born let alone sophisticated enough to understand world events via poems I’m sure they would’ve hit me harder as a contemporary What I did appreciate in the book was Ginsberg dealing with getting older and feeling less sexy Last year I reviewed a Leonard Cohen book that dealt with similar themes This book finds Ginsberg worried about his body worried about younger lovers and the like Mortality is always great fodder for poemsI enjoyed these lines about cocaine in “Snow Blues”from Rolling Thunder Stones Nobody saves America by sniffing cocaineJiggling yr knees blankeyed in the rainWhen it snows in yr nose you catch cold in yr brain

  7. Jonathan Holleb Jonathan Holleb says:

    Eclectic Buddhist inspired observational and in the longer pieces pretty WhitmanesueYou have to root through some of it but there are uite a few excellent pieces in this book

  8. Andy Hickman Andy Hickman says:

    'Mind Breaths'Go on a intimate reflective journey around the world“ I breathed up thru Darwin Land ”

  9. Dane Cobain Dane Cobain says:

    It seems like every collection of Ginsberg’s work has some pieces of stand out poetry and this one’s no different Mind Breaths the titular poem of the collection is like an extension of Howl and Sweet Boy Gimme Yr Ass is a triumphant celebration of the poet’s sexuality Keep your eyes peeled too for Hadda Be Playing on the Jukebox a vicious indictment of the government and the wars that they carry out that was adapted by Rage Against the MachineGinsberg’s work here is as sharp as ever and it’s a pretty short collection – too short in fact for you not to read it

  10. Lacey Szkatulski Lacey Szkatulski says:

    The Beat Generation was comprised of wide eyed receptive individuals and Allen Ginsberg was a central figure 'Gospel Nobel Truths' on page 71 is my favorite It illustrates how important the present moment is for me 'Sweet Boy Gimme Yr Ass' on page 34 was just a bit too much I would like to dig deeper into some of his work

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