Wilderness

How does Jim Morrison use imagery in Wilderness?

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In the poem, Drywater, Morrison calls himself the spider-king manages to make this otherwise carnal act sound lyrical, using the imagery of silver spilling like water to lend it an ethereal beauty, which brings it much closer to the way Morrison himself would have regarded such encounters.

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