By Charles Bukowski
The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses is a booklet of poems written via Charles Bukowski for Jane, his old flame. those poems discover a extra emotional aspect to Charles Bukowski.
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The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses is a booklet of poems written through Charles Bukowski for Jane, his past love. those poems discover a extra emotional part to Charles Bukowski.
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The Enclosure of An Open Mystery 33 is both God and Man, human beings are both carnal and spiritual, sinful yet potentially redeemed, fallen yet made in God’s image. In The Great Code, Northrop Frye touches upon the problem of the one and the many in Christian thought, comparing a general move towards integration in Christian notions of the Mystical Body with the Pauline inversion latent in related images: ‘Paul says … that only Christ lives within him (Galatians 2:20, and similarly elsewhere)’.
Certainly one of the dif ficulties of describing poetry in terms of sacraments is ascertaining in what sense poetry is ‘sacramental’ in a way that everything else is not. As Romano Amerio writes: ‘One could say that the whole world is a sacrament, inasmuch as every created thing is a ref lection of the Word, and inasmuch as the word sacrament can be taken broadly as a sign of the sacred’. 64 By comparing a poem to a sacrament, one is setting it aside from the more general idea that the whole world is a sacrament, and yet it is not possible to position art permanently on the same level as the ecclesial sacraments to which one is comparing it; it seems to move between the two levels, depending on the general meaning so as to not seem hyperbolic, yet relying on the specialized meaning for its verve and power.
118 David Jones, The Anathemata: Fragments of an Attempted Writing (London: Faber and Faber, 1972), 63. All subsequent references to the poem, including its preface, will refer to this edition and will be included in the text, noted with the abbreviation ‘Ana’. 119 Dying Gaul, 88. The Enclosure of An Open Mystery 35 ‘worlds are linked’ (BWSF 35). One of Murray’s central themes is convergence: of God and humanity, men and women, the city and country, the present and the past. This convergence finds its archetype in the union of body and soul in the human person, and the union of the human person with God in Christ, a convergence or integration antithetical to its totalitarian parodies.
The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over the Hills by Charles Bukowski