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The vestibule to experience is not to Be exalted into epic
grandeur. These men are going To their work with this idea, advancing like a
school of fish through
Still water—waiting to change the course or dismiss The idea of movement,
till forced to. The words of the Greeks Ring in our ears, but they are vain in comparison
with a sight like this.
The pulse of intention does not move so that one Can see it, and moral
machinery is not labelled, but The future of time is determined by the power of
This poem is
in the public domain. Published in Poem-a-Day on March 6, 2022, by the
Academy of American Poets.
appeared in the Egoist V, no. 6 (June–July
Marianne Craig Moore, born on November
15, 1887, in Kirkwood, Missouri, was a poet, essayist, and editor from
movement. She was the author of many books, including her Collected
Poems (Macmillan, 1951), which won the National Book Award,
the Pulitzer Prize, and the Bollingen Prize. She died on February 5,