Summer 1963 • Vol. XXV No. 3 Poetry |

Now the Instructed Mind

Dilys Laing NOW THE INSTRUCTED MIND Earth was a declaration, the sun a thought, the sky a precept to the recording senses. Now the instructed mind looks to an inward landscape rather than through pupil and casement to the memorized meadow.

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