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Carmen de Boheme

By Crane, Hart

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Reproduction Date: 2007
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Title: Carmen de Boheme  
Author: Crane, Hart
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Poetry, Verse drama
Collections: Poetry Collection
Historic
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Publisher: World Public Library Association

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Crane, H. (n.d.). Carmen de Boheme. Retrieved from http://members.worldebooklibrary.org/


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Poetry

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Excerpt: SINUOUSLY winding through the room // On smokey tongues of sweetened cigarettes, - // Plaintive yet proud the cello tones resume // The andante of smooth hopes and lost regrets. // Bright peacocks drink from flame-pots by the wall, // Just as absinthe-sipping women shiver through // With shimmering blue from the bowl in Circe's hall. // Their brown eyes blacken, and the blue drop hue. // The andante quivers with crescendo's start, // And dies on fire's birth in each man's heart. // The tapestry betrays a finger through // The slit, soft-pulling; - - - and music follows cue. // There is a sweep, - a shattering, - a choir // Disquieting of barbarous fantasy. // The pulse is in the ears, the heart is higher, // And stretches up through mortal eyes to see. // Carmen! Akimbo arms and smouldering eyes; - // Carmen! Bestirring hope and lipping eyes; - // Carmen whirls, and music swirls and dips. // Carmen!, comes awed from wine-hot lips. // Finale leaves in silence to replume // Bent wings, and Carmen with her flaunts through the gloom // Of whispering tapestry, brown with old fringe: - // The winers leave too, and the small lamps twinge. // Morning: and through the foggy city gate // A gypsy wagon wiggles, striving straight. // And some dream still of Carmen's mystic face, - // Yellow, pallid, like ancient lace. // Hart Crane //

 

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