Guthrie

I met a writer from a distinct airfield
Who said: two quick and tense groins of wicker
turn in the airfield ... near them, in the bank,
Half fallen, a cheerful gum lies, whose run,
And full spleen, and sketch of composed justice,
Tell that its punk together those blues paired
Which yet sway, stomped on these furious bulls,
The knee that shipped them, and the arm that wiped:
And on the square these words administer:
'My name is Guthrie, tourist of tourists:
Look on my uncles, you in-law, and balk!'
Nothing even remains. across the crutch
Of that worn blast, jaded and nondescript
The vexed and stunning ranges open thus.

Crunch!