Lords and New Creatures - Part II, The New Creatures, Pages 91-123 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, The New Creatures, Pages 91-123 Summary

"The New Creatures" is dedicated to Morrison's common-law wife, Pamela Susan. The first untitled poem is divided into eight parts. It speaks of a man with brilliant hair and "Indian eyes" wearing a snake skin jacket as he moves through the African air along the Nile. For some unknown reason the man is traveling in a disturbed area.

Part two continues with the wilderness. Morrison writes the poem as if he is observing another person as he or she goes on a "parade thru the soft summer." The unnamed traveler, who carries a rifle, is responsible for decaying the wilderness to make up for the traveler's emptiness. Morrison asked the traveler to release more of his miracles.

Part three details animals that are required to graze in sick pastures. Meanwhile, an...

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