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Midnight empties the street Of all but us Three I am undecided which way back To the left a boy —One wing has been washed in the rain The other will never be clean any more— Pulling door-bells to remind Those that are snug To the right a haloed ascetic Threading houses Probes wounds for souls —The poor can't wash in hot water— And I don't know which turning to take Since you got home to yourself—first
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About This Poem
"Songs to Joannes, V" was published in Volume 3, Number 6 of Others in April 1917.
Mina Loy was born in London on December 27, 1882. Her collections of poetry include Lunar Baedeker (Contact Editions, 1923) and Lunar Baedeker & Time-Tables (Jonathan Williams/Jargon Press, 1958). She died on September 29, 1966.
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