By Jack Kerouac
A never-before-published e-book of poems via Jack Kerouac—in a deluxe package deal In 1952 and 1953 as he wandered round the US, Jack Kerouac jotted down spontaneous prose poems, or “sketches” as he known as them, on small notebooks that he stored in his blouse wallet. The poems recount his travels—New York, North Carolina, Lowell (Massachusetts, Kerouac’s birthplace), San Francisco, Denver, Kansas, Mexico—observations, and meditations on paintings and existence. The poems are usually strung jointly in order that over the process a number of of them, a bit story—or travelogue—appears, whole in itself. released for the 1st time, ebook of Sketches deals a luminous, intimate, and transcendental glimpse of 1 of the main unique voices of the 20th century at a key time in his literary and religious improvement.
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The parched tobacco is dark as grass. Behind the storm the blue reappears — it was just a passing shower — CB doesnt even bother to close her windows. Inside an hour the grass is almost dry again, vast areas of open blue firmament show the cottonball horizons low & bright over the darknesses of the pine wall woods, up the road in clean white shirt & pale overalls 43 that looked almost washed by the rain, comes the pure farmer, a Negro, limping, as orgones dance in the electric washed new air. All is well in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, as 5 o’clock in the afternoon shudders on a raindrop leaf, & the men’ll be coming home.
Cars that come from up the road roll on their own sad images gray & dumb — The cooling thirsting earth sighs up a cucumber freshness mixed with steams of tar & warp danks of wood — Toads scream in the meadow ditch, the Harris rooster crows. A new atmosphere like the atmosphere of screened porches in Maine in 42 March, on cold gray days; & not like sunny Carolina in July, is seen thru the windows above the kitchen sink: dark wet leaves are shaking like iron. A tiny ant pauses to rub its threads on a spine of leaf — the fly solemnly jumps from the bedspread to the screen hook — as breezes rush into the house from that perturbed West.
He went thru his grandmother’s trunk & found old letters & a pair of old diamond studded cuff links, he stands in the middle of the kitchen reading the old letter — written by a lost girl to his uncle Ed also now lost — the sadness of long lost enthusiasms on ruled paper, in pencil — But now a storm is coming — “It’s gonna storm,” says Jack — From the west the ranked forward-leaning clouds come parading — stationary puff clouds of the calm are snuffed & taken up — From the East big black thunderhead with his misty gloom forms hugeing — Directly above the embattled roof of the Blake’s the sea of dark has formed — the first light snaps — the first thunder crackles, rolls, & suddenly 40 drops to the bottom with a shake-earth boom — More & more the rushing clouds are gray, a forlorn airplane in the southeast hurries home — Far in the northeast the remnant afternoon’s still soft & fleecy gold, still rich, calm, clouds still make noses & have huge maws of incomprehensible comedy in their sides — Thunder travels in the West heavens — “parent power dark’ning in the West” — A straycloud hangs upsidedown & helpless in the thunderhead glooms, still retaining white — Mrs.
Book of sketches, 1952-57 by Jack Kerouac
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