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Poem - Various - Those Who Lurk Around Altars Picking Up Scraps Of Food (Lathe Cut)


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  • Mikamuro says:
    Various - Those Who Lurk Around Altars Picking Up Scraps Of Food (Lathe, 7") Label: High Tension House Cat#: hth Media Condition: Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) View Release Page: Seller: seraphin; %, 2, ratings ; Ships From: Belgium; € about $ +shipping: Add to Cart.
  • Kazrall says:
    May 31,  · “The Altar” is an example of pattern poetry. In pattern poems it is not just the words on the page that have meaning, but also the very way the words are laid out—in other words, typography. The first examples we have of pattern poems are from a text called the Greek Anthology, which collected ancient poetry from the 3rd to 2nd centuries BCE.
  • Brabei says:
    Witcyst Mouth/Food Extemporization. Witcyst Red Sound Extemporization. Various Bwuonoxoi: Those Who Lurk Around Alters Picking Up Scraps Of Food 7" EP High Tension House Various Polka Records lathe cut 7" Polka Records 2 Weeks Of London (Glass Enamel), What Goes On (King Jerklews), Hello (Adawo).
  • Mikalmaran says:
    The altar shape of the poem reflects the meaning of the words by evoking an image of a place on which sacrifices are offered to worship God. The shape of the altar makes the poem itself an altar, so it seems that the poem is a place of sacrifice and worship. Herbert writes "A broken ALTAR, Lord, they servant rears" or raises up to serve you (1).
  • Yozshugami says:
    Apr 30,  · The Altar study guide contains a biography of George Herbert, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. About The Altar Poem Text.
  • Malanris says:
    A broken ALTAR, Lord, thy servant rears, Nestled in the age of Shakespeare and Milton is the literary stalwart George Herbert, poet and Church of England clergyman.
  • Kikasa says:
    I grew up in a French-dominated Catholic part of the country. I was an altar boy. I went to Catholic school. I have a cousin who is a priest - it's part of my DNA. It's kind of hard to separate me from the church, to try to say where one starts and the other stops.
  • Akilmaran says:
    Lines A HEART alone Is such a stone, As nothing but Thy pow'r doth cut. Now we're in the middle of the "altar" (i.e., in the middle of the poem and its shape), and the speaker uses a metaphor to describe the heart in more detail.; The heart is a kind of stone, and the only thing that could have "cut" it, or shaped it to be the way it is, is God's power.

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