Poet: Robert Frost
The Demiurge's Laugh
Volume: A Boy's Will
Year: Published/Written in 1913
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Oct 21 2012
Comment 6 of 6, added on October 21st, 2012 at 4:21 AM.
As Robert sat him against his tree
In fear of the Demiurge, or in mock;
I and my adam creep stealthily
Amid the city of agonized flock,
And barricades seek to avoid;
Warmth of shadows, there in merest void.
The bang around in guns and the dagger
And yellow fear in street corners lurks
While cops in blue stumble and stagger
And the silent kiss of god turns to smokes
And adamís sweet eyes gaze and smile his lips
On my soft bosom he dreams and slips
Our wings are therefore growing slender
Enough to soar and lift us high above
Weíll fly and watch the shadows thereunder
And teach the demiurge our words of love
And pray him to care of the city
And reap the secrets of Robertís tree
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