By Susannah Rickards
In a distinct tackle the London anthology 33 East beneficial properties sixteen fresh brief tales for the full of east London, from Enfield within the north to Bromley within the south. there's an act of heroism in Havering, a haunting in Tower Hamlets, a plan to thwart the renaming of West Ham station in Newham, and a philosophical method of adultery in Lewisham. those are tales of stream and alter that seize the uniqueness of every borough and the variety of London higher than any digital camera. including 33 West, including tales from Barnet to Croydon, 33 East is an unheard of fulfillment. this can be no small feat. this can be London.
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The boy never moved. Finally the pilgrim approached the hollow in the tree and cried loudly, “Master! ” “That it will eat, and there it rests,” came the child’s instant reply. The spirit feeds on that, the holy. It rests there, in the sphere of the sacred. ” It is a single unbroken poem, each hymn or stanza linked to the previous by opening with that verse’s final word. The child poet had studied no grammars, trained himself in no poetic theory, learnt no scripture, sat at the feet of no guru. His songs erupted at the moment of ripeness, interlinked, complete, and without revision.
Finally the pilgrim approached the hollow in the tree and cried loudly, “Master! ” “That it will eat, and there it rests,” came the child’s instant reply. The spirit feeds on that, the holy. It rests there, in the sphere of the sacred. ” It is a single unbroken poem, each hymn or stanza linked to the previous by opening with that verse’s final word. The child poet had studied no grammars, trained himself in no poetic theory, learnt no scripture, sat at the feet of no guru. His songs erupted at the moment of ripeness, interlinked, complete, and without revision.
Masson after commenting on a few of the more evident aspects of the latter poem writes, “I suspect that there is something further in this verse that I . . ” Maybe its author wove a cryptic symbolism through the images, meant to cast the reader into a yogic or mystical state of mind. In the remaining poems the flute is Krishna’s. At the soft forest notes of his bamboo flute the women of Vrindavana itch to leave their houses and join him in the woods, for a night of dancing and lovemaking. I have read anthropologists who believe Krishna’s flute is a holdover from pastoral nomads, or even Ice Age migrations.