I love to play Where there’s decay. My thorax yearns For ashy urns. I need the tomb More than the womb. I’m most at home In a catacomb.
Relics of an early race Bring a smile upon my face. Bones of a Roman Shake my abdomen. Skulls of Egyptians Give me conniptions. I think a mausoleum Is a screum.
Jean Sulzberger is the editor of Search Journey on the Inner Path (Harper & Row, 1979) and great-aunt of Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the current chairman of The New York Times Company and publisher of The New York Times
I love to playWhere there’s decay.My thorax yearnsFor ashy urns.I need the tombMore than the womb.I’m most at homeIn a catacomb.
Relics of an early raceBring a smile upon my face.Bones of a RomanShake my abdomen.Skulls of EgyptiansGive me conniptions.I think a mausoleumIs a screum.
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