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A last diary by W. N. P. Barbellion 1889-1919

By W. N. P. Barbellion 1889-1919

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I flung myself down on the ground and passionately squeezed the cool soft leaf-mould as a man presses a woman's breasts. I scraped away the surface leaves and, bending down, drew in the intoxicating smell of the earth's naked flesh. It was a splendid dream. But I wonder if I could do it if absent-mindedly I forgot myself in an immense desire ! September 3rd, 1918,-Passed by the birches again to-day. Their leaves rustled as I approached, thrilling me like the liquefaction of Julia's clothes. But I shook my head and went by.

In philosophy I am always haunted by the suspicion that, if we only knew, we are not anywhere near being able to make even a rough guess at the truth. " Throw a dog a bone. Fll take it that the dog, if it is an intelligent one, discusses the bone thoroughly. It discovers the natural law of the bone—that it satisfies hunger and provides happiness, and it forms a scientific theory (intelligent dog, mind you) to explain this inseparable correlative phenomenon. It says: 'The world is probably to be considered as an immense mechanism of separate bone-throwing machines, worked by an unknown creature.

At the best, it means an exasperating delay till another publisher is found. —E. comes home on Thursday. A robin sits warming her eggs in a mossy hole in the woodshed. " They were a pretty duet. , " COLUMBUS, OHIO. "September 30th, 1915. MR. BRUCE CUMMINGS, ENGLAND. " DEAR SIR, "I wonder if you will pardon my impertinence in writing to you. You see I haven't even your address ; I am doing this in a vugue way, but I wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your " Crying for the Moon" which I read in the April Forum.

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