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I surely think You make a labor of ﬂight for one so airy, Spending yourself too much in self-support. Nor will you ﬁnd love either nor love you. Halfway through the poem, he admits the artiﬁce of his sympathetic narrative. His feeling is “something human,” not a real connection to nature. He “cannot touch [the] fate” of the moth, and turns back to his own inevitable desire and belatedness. Frost’s gloveless hand might signify an initiating desire to reach beyond the ﬁgurative to a moment of presence, a “perch and resting place” between ﬁctions (between the make-believe of “would and would”).
By widening his scope he would match his consciousness to nature’s ﬂow. But Ammons’ late work largely abandons the visionary stance, except in the postmodern-sublime of Garbage, where it arises in response to the awesome landscape of our discarded forms, and nature’s own expenditure and waste. He turns for the most part to an ordinary nature, one close by, which cannot be embraced by the imperial imagination, but might be known in adjustment and transition of limited frames. In John Ashbery’s work landscape provides the image, but also the dimension, of consciousness; and consciousness is a space of time.
But if the enterprise of poetry embraces an evolutionary sense of time, the structure of the genre is retentive. Lyric engages sequence but deﬁes terminus. It works more by repetition than by transformation, denying time and calling us back to beginnings. The work of lyric is to contain, to keep, and to dwell. From its beginnings poetry has drawn on pastoral cycles to convey this sense of stability and to suggest a mythic pattern. Diverse critics of lyric (Bloom, Cameron, Vendler, and Bahti, for instance) tend to agree that lyric time involves a resistance to, suspension of, or transcendence of experiential and historical time.