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Like an underground river, the astonishing poems of Joseph Ceravolo have nurtured American poetry for fifty years, a presence deeply felt but largely invisible. Collected Poems offers the first full portrait of Ceravolo's aesthetic trajectory, bringing to light the highly original voice that was operating at an increasing remove from the currents of the time. From a poetics associated with Frank O'Hara and John Ashbery to an ever more contemplative, deeply visionary poetics similar in sensibility to Zen and ...
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Overview

Like an underground river, the astonishing poems of Joseph Ceravolo have nurtured American poetry for fifty years, a presence deeply felt but largely invisible. Collected Poems offers the first full portrait of Ceravolo's aesthetic trajectory, bringing to light the highly original voice that was operating at an increasing remove from the currents of the time. From a poetics associated with Frank O'Hara and John Ashbery to an ever more contemplative, deeply visionary poetics similar in sensibility to Zen and Dante, William Blake and St. John of the Cross, this collection shows how Ceravolo's poetry takes on a direct, quiet lyricism: intensely dedicated to the natural and spiritual life of the individual. As Ron Silliman notes, Ceravolo's later work reveals him to be "one of the most emotionally open, vulnerable and self-knowing poets of his generation." Many new pieces, including the masterful long poem "The Hellgate," are published here for the first time. This volume is a landmark edition for American poetry.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Fascinating, unwieldy, and sometimes sublime, this first collected for the New Jersey–based Ceravolo (1934-88) reveals a poet wilder—and potentially far more popular—than the one all but a few strong admirers know. A friend of the New York School poets whose work (especially that of Ted Berrigan) his early writings resemble, Ceravolo came into his own with Spring in This World of Poor Mutts (1969), where modernist dislocations receded in favor of childlike wonder at children, weather, buildings, and sex: “Daytime is not a brain,/ Living is not a cricket’s song./ Why does light diffuse/ As earth turns away from the sun?” Ceravolo’s many odes, prayers and exclamations seem very in tune with the late 1960s, yet also in touch with a timeless, excited mysticism: “Now I see that love/ is the only clarity I feared.” Ceravolo continued in these exalted modes through the exciting—and long obscure—Millenium Dust (1982) and into the massive, previously unpublished Mad Angels, where his impatience, and lack of an audience, can seem all too primitive, really naive: “Soothe me, O spirit!/ in the intestines of creation/ until I breathe right, sing right.” This big book will spark new interest; it might even attract fans of Rumi, or of the Beats. (Jan.)
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“We’re getting nervous and shaky just thinking about it–unless that’s the overcoffee–no, no, it’s all due to the forthcoming Collected Poems…”—Harriet, the Poetry Foundation Blog

“‘The overlooked genius of American poetry,’ as David Lethem states in the introduction, Ceravolo (1934–88) emerges from the opening poems of his first book, Fits of Dawn (1965), as speech churns sound and meaning goes ’round and ’round—‘Mounting!/ O dive! song song restay fairness of/ dawn. That cry of/ booze that sparrow/ of soul ‘miradel’/ unique justly lotus/ nothingless char of sunday./ Vicious of moon for the actual./ Live digress.’ His first-ever collected; essential.”—Barbara Hoffert, Library Journal

“Fascinating, unwieldy, and sometimes sublime, this first collected for the New Jersey–based Ceravolo (1934-88) reveals a poet wilder—and potentially far more popular—than the one all but a few strong admirers know.…This big book will spark new interest; it might even attract fans of Rumi, or of the Beats.”—Publishers Weekly

“Ceravolo transcends the canon…(his) verse is at once classical and fresh, tender and profound, succinct and expansive, tantalizingly parseable yet divinely ineffable. It would take a lifetime of expert reading to fully appreciate this lifetime of superlative writing; with the long-awaited publication of a collected Ceravolo, America’s contemporary poetry readers now have the opportunity to do their part.”—Seth Abramson, Huffington Post

Library Journal
"The overlooked genius of American poetry," as David Lethem states in the introduction, Ceravolo (1934–88) emerges from the opening poems of his first book, Fits of Dawn (1965), as speech churns sound and meaning goes 'round and 'round—"Mounting!/ O dive! song song restay fairness of/ dawn. That cry of/ booze that sparrow/ of soul 'miradel'/ unique justly lotus/ nothingless char of sunday./ Vicious of moon for the actual./ Live digress." His first-ever collected; essential.—AP
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780819573414
  • Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
  • Publication date: 1/23/2013
  • Series: Wesleyan Poetry Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 596
  • Sales rank: 1,375,613
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

JOSEPH CERAVOLO (1934-1988) was a poet and civil engineer who was born in Astoria, Queens, and lived in New Jersey. He was the author of six books of poetry and won the first Frank O'Hara Award. ROSEMARY CERAVOLO is an artist, novelist, and art critic. She lives in Bloomfield, New Jersey. PARKER SMATHERS is a poet and editor at Wesleyan University Press.
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Table of Contents

1. TRANSMIGRATION SOLO (1960-1965, PUB. 1979)
Lost Words Life of Freedom Sleep in Park Descending the Slope Feast of Visions Floating Gardens The Women Lights of Childhood Romance of Awakening Invisible Autumn Metaphorical Desert Celebration O Heart Uncovered His Universe Eyes Pain Songs Migratory Noon Contrast Dinosaurs of Pain Frozen Lookout Stolen Away Starting Up Again White Sky Chains of Mountains Resting Pastoral Transmigration Solo In Full View of Sappho Spell of Eternity Note from St. Francis
2. "WATER: HOW WEATHER FEELS THE COTTON HOTELS"
3. FITS OF DAWN (1961, PUB. 1965)
Intro (*1980)
Book I Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Morning Book II Part 1
Part 2
Book III - The green lake is awake (*version 1, see STWPM)
"O gong of wept..."
The Crocus Turn and gods A story from the bushmen
4. "SEA LEVEL"
5. WILD FLOWERS OUT OF GAS (1967)
Rain White Fish in Reeds In the Desert The Wind is Blowing West Indian Suffering Warmth A Song of Autumn Funny Day Spring of Work Storm Autumn-Time, Wind and the Planet Pluto A Story in Winter The Plant is Growing End Drunken Winter Skies Is It Impossible To Know Where The Impulse Has Originated?
Not A Baby Wild Provoke of the Endurance Sky Dangers of the Journey to the Happy Land In My Crib Don't Break It Spring Happiness in the Trees The Book of Wild Flowers Passivation (*Short version, see STWPM)
6. SPRING IN THIS WORLD OF POOR MUTTS (1968)
It is morning Caught in the swamp After the rain Dusk Heart feels the water Lighthouse The wind is blowing west (*Same as in WFOG)
May Warmth (*Same as in WFOG)
Cool breeze Ocean White fish in reeds (*Same as in WFOG)
In the grass Ho ho ho caribou Red sun Indian suffering (*Same as in WFOG)
Fill and illumined Noise outside Winter song When the first tree blossoms Passivation (*Long version, see WFOG)
Doubts Before it is destroyed Nothing Floods Sculpture Passion for the sky Road of trials Pregnant, I come Both close by me, both Spring in this world of poor mutts Data A song of autumn (*Same as in WFOG)
Autumn break Lonely in the park Football Tripod I like to collapse Down Autumn-time, wind and the planet Pluto (*Same as in WFOG)
Soul in migration Drunken winter (*Same as in WFOG)
Wild provoke of the endurance sky (*Same as in WFOG)
Polar flower Orchard Struggling Grow Dangers of the journey to the happy land (*Same as in WFOG)
Risk Happiness in the trees (*Same as in WFOG)
Fly The book of wild flowers (*Same as in WFOG)
Mountains The green lake is awake (*Version 2, see FOD)
7. "THE HELLGATE" (1969-75)
Part I "Testament"
Part II "Departure"
Part III "The Bridge of the Dead"
Part VI "Putrification, The Armed Woods"
8. "INTERIOR OF THE POEM" (1971 & 1979)
9. INRI (1979)
O Moon Alone Swollen Another World Question Haunting Birth Day Vision Live Today Perched Promontory Bloodsucker Rampant God Earth Trouble Experience Hotel Space Out Mistake Apology No Help Freedom Within Dangerous Journey Worse Enemy Not One Fable Bad Ass Mixture Broken Layout Reborn Futura Internal Rays Apocalypse Awareness Macro Rising Sound Hard or Soft Lighting Up Job The Car Beyond Phony Inside Unable to Move Pass Me By Hard Energy Motion Stupor Cuando Amenecer El Sol [*Cuando amenece el sol?]
Spring Breeze Sleeping One Hunting This Land Old Friend Hung The Gods in Me Future Landscape Imaginary Styx Disasters End of the World Reality Printed Marginal Existence Footing Continuum If I Can't River Flooded The Forest Wetness Non-spacial [*Non-spatial]
Runs Me Over Flight But To Seed Manure A Cave Man's Dream Ritual Basic Heart The Winds of the Comet Negative Mountain Peak Infinite Thunder Ghost of Spring
10. MILLENIUM DUST (1982)
WINDS OF THE COMET Volcano Tears Bright Sun Wet Sand Cross Fire Savage Nocturne A Last Song Spiral Geological Hymn Barbaric The Catskills Today's Night Sleeping by the Rocks Drunk on the Brain The Spirit Mercury Rhythm White Dwarf Inside Story Escape to Atlantis Winds of the Comet Survival Fire of Myself Body of Earth Not Afraid of the Dark Generations of Clouds Waves Apart Cooling Galaxy The Rocket APOLLO IN THE NIGHT Storm Breaking Over Hills Night Wander Cold Night Alone Morning Insults Conception Milky Ways Time On Earth Instantaneous Takes Time That's Where It Is Projection Star Song Earthquake Voice On My Birthday Inland Illuminant Before Dawn Late Birds Summer Lightning Perpetual Life Apollo In The Night Great Plains A Railway Stop Night Birds MILLENIUM DUST Longer Trip Dawn Hunt Cardinal Conjunction Sacred and Profane Ignition of Dawn Body Weight Hymn to Earth Kyrie Eleison Can't Sleep New Realism Good Friday Mood Birth in the Dunes Shifting Lives Fever Tensions Meadowlands Gravity Awakening To Open Regions Reversals Unemployment Full Bloom Not Really Punishment Nude Madness Crazy Death Park Thoughts Concealed Wound Ocean Body Glass and Steel Structures The New World No More People Brook Millenium Dust Montauk Unfinished Sonnet Dirty Snow Tidelands Final Dimensions After Image
11. MAD ANGELS (1976-1988)
1976-1982
Body Jet - May 10, 1976
Love Eyes - May 1976
What It's Like - January 4, 1977
Espacio - February 1, 1977
Haunting Ghosts - February 22, 1977
Rte 3 into N.Y. - March 3, 1977
Just at the Beginning of Summer - June 20, 1977
Scope - December 1977
Words from a Young Father (Leaving Body) - January 28, 1978
Requiem - February 13, 1978
April Already - April 5, 1978
Assimilation in the Streets of This City - April 7, 1978
Night Ride - April 7, 1978
"In one day everything's green..." - April 26, 1978
Holy - May 3, 1978
Deo Te Salve - May 6, 1978
Tongues - May 23, 1978
"The night gets lonely..." - May 25, 1978
Crazy in the Night - May 25, 1978
Mayhem - May 26, 1978
"Taking me away..." - June 1, 1978
Sub-Scape -- June 1, 1978
Signals -- July 6, 1978
Apology - Feb. 7, 1979
"Tie one on, tie it on..." - Feb. 8, 1979
Supplication - March 1980
Positive Disintegration - December 17, 1980
Aurora - No date Lament #1 - December 24, 1981
Lament #2 - August 1982
Asia - August 1982
Middle of Winter (off of the Hudson) - November 29, 1982
Dirt - July 1982
Sunset - September 22, 1982
"It only takes a machine..." - November 1982
Verses of the Soul Suffering to See God
1983
Rain Forest Ode - February 1983
Earth So Beautiful - February 1983
Dominica -- February 1983
Forest Dreams - February 1983
Over Music - June 30, 1983 *"Hold me light, hold me tight..." - July 22, 1983
To the Death of a Poet - July 25, 1983
Long Sonnet -- July 27, 1983
"Where have I got time..." - July 27, 1983
City Scape - July 27, 1983
Blind - *July 29, 1983, rewrite 12/4/84
Guitar Ode - *August 1, 1983, rewrite 12/2/84
"The first August day is over..." - August 1, 1983
Sunburn - August 2, 1983
Linear Ballad - August 3, 1983
The Amphibian - August 8, 1983
"Rain cycle, hold my brains..." - August 12, 1983
"I hear the music from below..." - August 12, 1983
It's Only Glue - September 19, 1983
Builders or Large Moon Rise - September 19, 1983
"Here's a traveler in the womb..." - December, 1983
Spirit Matter - December 7, 1983
Tones - December 15, 1983
"All winter the..." - December 23, 1983
Night Flash - December 28, 1983
"Do a little job..." - December 29, 1983
1984
"The squirrel leaping frightens..." - January 2, 1984
"Sunny day with ice..." - January 26, 1984
Fault - February 8, 1984
Planet Sonnet - February 1, 1984
Lament No. 3 -- February 13, 1984
Forgive - February 22, 1984
City - March 14, 1984
Spring Rise - March 21, 1984
Grand Jury - April 2, 1984
Indian Song Release - April 8, 1984
Jet Resurrection - April 16, 1984
Mother Land - April 27, 1984
Above Clouds Above - April 27, 1984
Legacy - May 1, 1984
"The pains of children..." - May 3, 1984
"Where am I now?..." - May 10, 1984
Serenade No. 1 - May 15, 1984
Why God should know the Gods - May 18, 1984
War - June 12, 1984
Silent - June 15, 1984
"Floating emotions..." - July 6, 1984
"O ancient Rivers..." - July 7, 1984
Pre-Christian - July 10, 1984
Simple Creation I - July 1984
Simple Creation II
"Minor eruptions in the air..." - July 31, 1984
Dead Sea Scrolls - August 1, 1984
"If I left..." - August 13, 1984
"The migration flaps..." - August 15, 1984
Hermit Gambler - August 16, 1984
Alive - August 23, 1984
Woods - August 26, 1984
Dirty Benediction - September 1984
Elegy - September 4, 1984
Toxic Wastes - September 9, 1984
Autumn Torches - September 10, 1984
Libera Me - September 24, 1984
"I lean on my bus..." - October 15, 1984
"How can I disconnect..." - October 17, 1984
Sonnet - October 1984
Stay - November 5, 1984
Thanksgiving Day - November 22, 1984
"O world without light..." - December 3, 1984
Street Wise Romantic - December 7, 1984
Lament #4 - December 11, 1984
A Piece of Glass - December 23, 1984
"Happy heart that sows the breeze..." - December 28, 1984
1984 - December 31, 1984
1985
"My intellect seems to breathe..." - January 2, 1985
If You Loved Me - January 4, 1985
Love Song - January 10, 1985
"Seagulls are in from the sea..." - January 11, 1985
Pages of Storms - January 15, 1985
Hungry - January 17, 1985
"Tile floor, open glass..." - February 1, 1985
Street Journal - February 8, 1985
"Dried up and dogged..." - February 11, 1985
Unfinished - February 12, 1985
Century Sonnet - February 15, 1985
"I'm not weeping and weeping..." - February 20, 1985
Freedom - February 20, 1985
Hospital - February 21, 1985
"This is not the place I want to be..." - February 25, 1985
Incantation - March 1, 1985
Pumping Iron - March 5, 1985
"'Du bist in meinen Blut'..." - March 5, 1985
Reggae - March 7, 1985
Courage - March 12, 1985
Morning Vespers - March 15, 1985
"9:01..." - March 19, 1985
Notoriety--Academy Awards - March 25, 1985
"The streets against their stomachs..."
Night Strokes - April 1, 1985
BMX - April 21, 85
Forecast - April 30, 1985
Ignorance Strong - May 10, 1985
Narrative Night - May 15, 1985
"On a night in a distant country..." - June 5, 1985
"I am not able to move..." - June 5, 1985
Sonnet - June 7, 1985
Hidden Bird - June 13, 1985
Lament #5 - June 20, 1985
Lethal Sonnet - June 28, 1985
"Closer and closer to the ground..." -July 9, 1985
Rain & Wolves Inhabit Me - July 26, 1985
All at Once - August 5, 1985
Life Sentence - August 5, 1985
"There is no way..." - August 8, 1985
Dragons and Dungeons - August 13, 1985
Ode Song - August 31, 1985
Mad Angels - August 31, 1985
One - September 3, 1985
The City - September 5, 1985
Ode - September 9, 1985
Dream Ode - October 24, 1985
"Dry leaves, light trees..." - October 31, 1985
People's Republic - November 13, 1985
Travelin' Blue Highway - November 8, 1985
"Volcano mud covering exquisite bodies..." - November 15, 1985
REAL #1 - November 18, 1985
Marketeers Entwined - November 20, 1985
The Comet Returns - December 1, 1985
Litanical - December 2, 1985
The Muscles of Animals - December 5, 1985
• First Snow - December 6, 1985
Hymn - December 14, 1985
1986
New Year - January 2, 1986
"Where are we headed?..." - January 9, 1986
Melody for Food - January 16, 1986
Morning Touched - January 22, 1986
Mid Ocean - January 28, 1986
Lyric - January 29, 1986
"Lazy bodies with hidden knives..." - February 4, 1986
Rifle Shot - February 10, 1986
Winter - February 13, 1986
Amor & Psyche - February 14, 1986
Portrait Painter Realistic - March 5, 1986
Stampeding Visualizations - March 12, 1986
"Calm me!..." - March 13, 1986
"The Great Lakes are rising..." - March 19, 1986
Darkness Ode - March 26, 1986
Thoughts - April 14, 1986
Modern Sorrows - April 24, 1986
"I walked out. It was raining..." - May 1, 1986
Now - May 12, 1986
"Turn me around in your hands, O wind!..." - May 21, 1986
"I have a bad day today..." - May 28, 1986
"Looking at beetles and ants..." - June 3, 1986
"Smoke rises like claws that lock me in..." - June 18, 1986
Crescent Moon - June 20, 1986
Reprieve - June 26, 1986
"The purple plant, leaves thick..." - July 3, 1986
Hymn to Rain - July 12, 1986
Bad Thoughts - July 15, 1986
"I work in a dreamscape of reality..."
Characters - July 23, 1986
Come Clean - August 1, 1986
Complaint - August 27, 1986
Someone - August 28, 1986
Still Life - August 31, 1986
Morning - September 3, 1986
"The best time is when the body..."
"Song birds..." - September 1986
Nuclear Disaster - September 16, 1986
"Does loneliness take over the body..." - September 17, 1986
World War II - September 23, 1986
"Route 3 and lonely..." - October 5, 1986
Mass - October 5, 1986
Discovery - October 13, 1986
Angelic Meditation - October 20, 1986
Week Day - October 22, 1986
Hand Gun - October 24, 1986
"Between a rock and a hard place..." - October 25, 1986
"Am I a fool in the temperate sun..." - November 12, 1986
Subway - November 16, 1986
"Old world, there are roads in front..." - November 23, 1986
"Grind away, trumpet, beat away..." - November 26, 1986
"How could the comet be..." - November 28, 1986
Breeze - November 28, 1986
Traffic Sonnet - November 30, 1986
"Under high tension towers..." - December 7, 1986
"Hardly a lightening flies overhead..." - December 10, 1986
Spirit - December 13, 1986
Blues - December 16, 1986
Der Wanderer - December 23, 1986
"My deepness away from you..." - December 27, 1986
"What is a year ending?..." - December 29, 1986
"Overpayment, underpayment, Florida lakes..." - December 30, 1986
Observation - December 31, 1986
"It is cold, it is cloudy,..." - December 31, 1986
1987
"Consecrate the Birds..." - January 10, 1987
Winter Sonnet - January 10, 1987
Hymn - January 12, 1987
A Child Story - January 15, 1987
"I saw a red tail hawk..." - January 17, 1987
Mother and Father - January 17, 1987
Hotline for Youth - January 29, 1987
"As if snow could cleanse..." - January 30, 1987
Subway Walkman - January 31, 1987
Today's Benediction - February 2, 1987
"It's the quiet that we..." - February 3, 1987
"Tundra and dear, liberty and fear..." - February 4, 1987
"It's the eye looking at the self..." - February 5, 1987
Bird - February 6, 1987
Sun - February 7, 1987
Notes on the 20th Century Scientist - February 10, 1987
"'Crazy nut,' the girl said. They're..." - February 13, 1987
Sublimation - February 18, 1987
Unseen Sonnet - February 22, 1987
A Young Couple - February 23, 1987
"Morning breaks..." - February 24, 1987
OK - February 24, 1987
Cat of Eternity - February 25, 1987
Meditation (on Three Major Religions) - March 4, 1987
"The multitudes betray the fallen city. The glass..." - March 9, 1987
"Slowly my love..." - March 24, 1987
"O one of little turmoil..." - March 31, 1987
Koyaanisqatsi -- April 8, 1987
1988
Where Abstract Starts - undated -* "All the stars will be gone..." - January, 1988
Irish Entry - February 4, 1988
"Swamps and people live in a lake..." - March 7, 1988
"Turn the screw, bang the nail..." - March 17, 1988
"8:27, have a language, that bundles..." - March 29, 1988
"When you can choke off the under-..." - March 31, 1988
"A man listens to music next to me, and..." - March 31, 1988
"Song birds enter the morning..." - March 1988
"Happy heart that sews the breeze..." - March 1988
"When I think of all the fuckin' hours..." - March 1988
"When a spirit comes to me..." - March 1988
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