Mr. Eliot’s Sunday Morning Service Poem – T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)

Mr. Eliot's Sunday Morning Service Poem - T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)
Mr. Eliot’s Sunday Morning Service Poem – T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)

Mr. Eliot’s Sunday Morning Service Poem – T.S. Eliot (1888-1965)

Look, look, master, here comes two religious
caterpillars.
The Jew of Malta.
POLYPHILOPROGENITIVE
The sapient sutlers of the Lord
Drift across the window-panes.
In the beginning was the Word.
In the beginning was the Word.
Superfetation of,
And at the mensual turn of time
Produced enervate Origen.
A painter of the Umbrian school
Designed upon a gesso ground
The nimbus of the Baptized God.
The wilderness is cracked and browned
But through the water pale and thin
Still shine the unoffending feet
And there above the painter set
The Father and the Paraclete.
The sable presbyters approach
The avenue of penitence;
The young are red and pustular
Clutching piaculative pence.
Under the penitential gates
Sustained by staring Seraphimn
Where the souls of the devout
Burn invisible and dim.
Along the garden-wall the bees
With hairy bellies pass between
The staminate and pistilate,
Blest office of the epicene.
Sweeney shifts from ham to ham
Stirring the water in his bath.
The masters of the subtle schools
Are controversial, polymath.
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