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It has a certain vicosity to it. :)
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From: [log in to unmask] href="mailto:[log in to unmask]">Chokh Raj
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Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: Prufrock question

ha-ha !  -- and me of Yeats's turning gyres:
 
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer
       [and so it never returns]
 
The line* is quite versatile, if I may say so --
 
To one it may be poetry, to another prose !!!
 
Regards,
 CR
 

--- On Thu, 2/4/10, Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Reminds me of a great barbeque I once attend at my US cousins', the Simpsons.
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Subject: Re: Prufrock question

//  *he turned and turned and never returned //


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There is a song I only heard once, a version of the Flying Dutchman,
which recounts the story of the man loston the Los Angeles expressway
system. He follows the sign to the right, then after several other turns
he follows the sign to the right and it goes on forever.