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By Chris Raschka
So, you need to be a sardine?
Once there has been a fish named Arlene, who desired to be a sardine. She desired to be a sardine like the silvery, salty fish that you simply see in these little tins on the grocery store.
With the daring brushstrokes of his bright illustrations, Chris Raschka follows Arlene’s trip from a fjord to an immense web to a briny bathtub aboard a fishing boat. And he finds simply easy methods to get packed like a sardine!
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Unrighteous power holds to mercy, / I am with them, and every day they drag me along. / I serve false faiths, artificial idols. // And the Father’s whisper vainly beckons, / when I show the mark of my punctured hand, / Before we all perish in the azure. (64-77) A frightful verse. But is it cynicism for cynicism’s sake? It is important to note that, in lines 56-63, among the things noticed by Miłosz’s Christ is contemporary Christianity. Although “they” don’t seem aware of His presence, here and now, in Warsaw, in 1937, He sees them kneel before His tabernacles and images, calling out to Him, begging Him for His aid—to take away their responsibility along with their “true reward”—to which prayers He turns a deaf ear.
But between states coming to existence from the depths of seas, / between extinct streets, in place of which / mountains built from a fallen world rise up, / everything, which has passed, everything which will pass / is 24 Chapter One defended by youth, pure as solar dust, / in love neither will good, nor with evil, / stretched out beneath your giant feet / so that you might trample it, walk over it, / so that you might move the wheel with your breath / from the revolution of which the transient structure shivered, / so that you should give it (youth) hunger, and others salt, wine and bread.
The first, pure star / opens above the froth of the unblossomed hills / and again a light song returns to my lips, / and again I am young as I was before, in Verona. (13-16) Yet no sooner has this trompe-l’oeil enraptured him, than he comes to his senses (his senses of sight and touch) and the reality he sees, so ironic in reference to the reality he has just lived through, has him reject the ideal along with his youth, for it is just as dead and unattainable as those longpast years: Throw it away.