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Eh! Be this 'yoke lute' regarded with dread,
what thankings unto Hermes give; whence
polydactyl his art of touch over me sway?

Faeo, all be it, but a man be; whose hand
bird-weightedly sways. Heavy still, his fists
expel. Tis one confession [but] of the nerves.

What interprets one hereupon, unto you, Jonah,
by whose day, years count and the way round?
Heard, distance makes heroes; absence, gods?

Nobiliary! Are you made upon your ground yet?
Whose plectrum strums Apollo than Orpheus,
unto human tongues, had? Any other, godlier?

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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To a Panegyrist who sent this:

Foremost amongst the gods, O Faeo!
Thou art godly and strong.
In good and well-ordered utterances, thou art skilled

As it pleases thy heart to play thy Lyre,
Chant and upon it play, great Noble,
And unto thy soul give merriment.

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  • Allen Parmenter (10/27/2013 8:35:00 PM)

    The reverberations of the heart-strung Word - and in the beginning -

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