Marcia Karp wrote:
> But it sounds as if Rick P has a copy.
I will in a few weeks. At the Houghton Library I read the copy TSE gave
to his brother. I requested a copy but it will take a few weeks to get
it. Since I was getting a copy I didn't bother to take good notes.
The first poem looked like Eliot's. He was writing about the O'Possum
and making some fun of himself, like his ears being useful when the wind
came from behind.
Another poem, certainly about Eliot if not by him, mentions "his spouse"
being unaware of how he was spending his time. This was printed in
1939. The boys didn't show Vivien any pity here.