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Aleister Crowley (Алистер Кроули)


Dumb


Gabriel whispered in mine ear
His archangelic poesie.
How can I write? I only hear
The sobbing murmur of the sea.

Raphael breathed and bade me pass
His rapt evangel to mankind;
I cannot even match, alas!
The ululation of the wind.

The gross grey gods like gargoyles spit
On every poet's holy head;
No mustard-seed of truth or wit
In those curst furrows, quick or dead!

A tithe of what I know would cleanse
The leprosy of earth; and I -
My limits are like other men's.
I must live dumb, and dumb must die! 



Aleister Crowley's other poems:
  1. Long Odds
  2. On - On - Poet
  3. Ave Adonai
  4. Athor and Asar
  5. Linoz Isidoz


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