Lords and New Creatures - Part I, The Lords, Pages 45-90 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, The Lords, Pages 45-90 Summary

The first two poems deal with being able to see but not touch the things in life such as the mother and phantoms. For Morrison, there is always some indefinable thing or presence which might be felt but not touched. This may be a sense, emotion, or divine energy. Even if those things cannot be touched, they still exist and are therefore tangible.

The poet addresses the use of tarot cards and how they are read. No matter how the cards are shuffled, they will come up in the way they are meant to not simply by chance. In the same way, the reader interprets what she sees and does not alter the cards or the meaning to suit any whim.

The French Deck is shuffled and reshuffled by the master hand. Each...

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