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Part I, The Lords, Pages 1-44 Summary

"The Lords, Notes on Vision" begins with Morrison telling us that we must "Look where we worship."

Morrison claims that "We all live in the city." Although the city is formed in a physical shape, it also has psychic connotations. Each person in the city has a sense of power, realized or not, that merges and competes against the others. Most people are caught up in their lives and cannot see past the mundane and into the spiritual world. The spiritual world is of utmost importance to Morrison and it fascinates and saddens the poet that people cannot see beyond their own fingertips.

Because the city is made of such a wide array of people, personalities and goals, it is easy to see that there are many who see it as no more...

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