There is time to live. From above. And He who jumped without a chute and was handed one by a diving. For water: who knows when what correct young woman must take up her body. What final things can be said. Of one who starts her sheerly in her body in the high middle of night. Off to the right in Kansas? The farm girls are feeling the goddess in them struggle and rise brooding. Out to face the east, where the sun shall come up from wheatfields she must. Beyond explanation. Let her now take off her hat in summer air the contour. With calm fingers, noting how fatally easy it is to undress in midair.
Inner flying-garment of her slip in which she rides like the holy ghost. Chill of space to the loam where extinction slumbers in corn tassels thickly. And breathes like rich farmers counting: will come along them after. Widowed farmers whose hands float under light covers to find themselves.
All those who find her impressed. The furrows for miles flowing in upon her where she lies very deep. When they walked for no reason into their fields to where the whole earth. Mark the rain with whirling women that take the place of a dead wife.
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More Poems by James L. Of Holy War. To drop or come down freely under the influence of gravity: Leaves fell from the tree. To drop oneself to a lower or less erect position: I fell back in my chair.
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The pilgrims fell to their knees. To lose an upright or erect position suddenly: tripped and fell. To hang down: The child's hair fell in ringlets. To be directed toward or come into contact; rest: My gaze fell upon the letter.
The light fell on my book. To come into existence or occur as if by falling: A plague fell on the town. Night fell quickly.
To occur at a specified time or place: The holiday falls on a Thursday. The stress falls on the last syllable. To be removed as if by falling: All grief fell from our hearts. To come forth as if by falling; issue: Did any thanks fall from their lips? To assume an expression of consternation or disappointment: His face fell when he heard the report. To undergo conquest or capture, especially as the result of an armed attack: The city fell after a long siege.
To experience defeat or ruin: The home team fell to the visitors.
After years the dynasty fell. To lose office: The disgraced prime minister fell from power. To move downward to a lower level; be reduced: The tide fell. To slope downward: The land falls gently toward the sea. To become less in amount or degree: The air pressure is falling. To diminish in pitch or volume: My friend's voice fell to a whisper. To decline in financial value: Last year, stocks fell sharply.
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Theology To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall. To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation: fell silent; fall in love. To come, as by chance: fell among a band of thieves.
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To be given by assignment or distribution: The greatest task fell to me. To be included within the range or scope of something: The specimens fall into three categories. To apply oneself: fell to work immediately. Something that has fallen: a fall of snow. An amount that has fallen: a fall of two inches of rain. The distance that something falls: The victim suffered a fall of three stories to the ground.
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Any of several pendent articles of dress, especially: a. A veil hung from a woman's hat and down her back. An ornamental cascade of lace or trimming attached to a dress, usually at the collar. An overthrow; a collapse: the fall of a government. Armed capture of a place under siege: the fall of Troy.
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A reduction in value, amount, or degree: a fall in housing prices. A marked, often sudden, decline in status, rank, or importance: his fall from power. Sports a. The act of holding a wrestling opponent on his or her back so that the shoulders remain in contact with the mat for a designated period, usually one or two seconds, thereby winning the match.
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Also called pin. Nautical a. A break or rise in the level of a deck. The end of a cable, rope, or chain that is pulled by the power source in hoisting. The birth of an animal, especially a lamb. Botany One of the outer, drooping segments of a flower, especially an iris.
Of, having to do with, occurring in, or appropriate to the season of fall: fall fashion; fall harvests.