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Robert Pinsky is a former U.S. Poet Laureate best known as the host for the first Meta-Free-Phor-All: Shall I Nail Thee To A Summer's Day?
The #1 Poem In America!Edit
- Samurai Song
- When I had no roof I made
- Audacity my roof. When I had
- No supper my eyes dined.
- When I had no eyes I listened.
- When I had no ears I thought.
- When I had no thought I waited.
- When I had no father I made
- Care my father. When I had
- No mother I embraced order.
- When I had no friend I made
- Quiet my friend. When I had no
- Enemy I opposed my body.
- When I had no temple I made
- My voice my temple. I have
- No priest, my tongue is my choir.
- When I have no means fortune
- Is my means. When I have
- Nothing, death will be my fortune.
- Need is my tactic, detachment
- Is my strategy. When I had
- No lover I courted my sleep.