2. Eigner's remarks after reading
"Again dawn" begin with his commenting on not recalling
exactly what the poem meant. Charles Bernstein has transcribed this short section (0:30): MP3
Well I forget what I meant and ...
disappointed, I guess. You know my mother said to me to communicate you must speak clear ...
first of all ... though I soon realized that immediacy and force take priority.
Part 1: Road Side, Parts of Salem, From the Sustaining Air, B (3:53): MP3
Part 2: A house divided, from Farther North, from Partition, from Denise Levertov's Introduction, The Fine Life (7:10): MP3
Part 3: Do the Dogs Know Why They Bark, Out, Parell, Glass, Birthday, The wind like an ocean, For Sleep (6:25): MP3
Part 4: After all the singing faces, Stoa, Keep Me Still for I Do Not Want to Dream, Again Dawn, Loneliness,
Thick and Fast, The Twigs, Gravity Getting Me Down, The Wandering Mosquito (6:48): MP3
Part 5: Live bird which sings, She Who Would Risk the War, The discursive, The fountain of youth is a poetry,
After a Song by Samuel Barber, I have felt it as they've said, glimpse, Deep valleys, The Disappearance of Matter, Slow is the Poem (5:49): MP3
Part 6: Children's Sizes are Indeterminate, At Least the Chair Makes Some Noise It's Mysterious, Towards Autumn, June 30th-July 2nd, #411, #416, #427, #428 (6:15): MP3