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Fending Off The Conservatism In Adorno
(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Fending Off The Conservatism In Adorno

Poem By Ken Babstock

You can't juggle to then dribble balls,
To do it all.
Juggling to dribble all the balls.

You can not juggle two hands to then dribble.
One ball is going to fall and you'll be thrown,
From the middle.

A doing one thing to do it great takes...
Dedication to eliminate mistakes.
A doing one thing to do it great takes...
Concentrated effort that faking can't replace.

You can't juggle to then dribble balls,
To do it all.
Juggling to dribble all those balls.

You can not juggle when befuddled by the struggle,
Of chasing each ball where they fall.

A doing one thing to do it great takes...
Dedication to eliminate mistakes.
A doing one thing to do it great takes...
Concentrated effort that faking can't replace.

You can not juggle two hands to then dribble.
A ball is going to fall and you'll be thrown,
From the middle.

You can't juggle to then dribble balls,
To do it all.
Juggling to dribble all the balls.

You can't juggle to then dribble balls,
To do it all.
Without a fiddling done to do,
Wasting time to find a direction to pursue.

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