Anne Waldman, "Hopes Fears"

I'm a little uncertain about the formatting, it's difficult to match
exactly how it was presented on the screen, but hopefully I have it fairly close.

Hope & fear
hopes & fears
you have them

you had them,

hopes & fears you have them

You had them, hopes
You have them, fears

hopes or fears you had them

you have them

hopes & fears you have them

I won't say no,
you have them

I will say it plainly you had them
I had them,

hopes & fears I have them

Wake up in the morning:
fear,
the clock,
the day,
I had it

Wake up in the afternoon:
fear,
the clock,
quiet,
I had it

Fear:
the night,
noise,
the street,
I have it

Person beating his body
against a building, I saw it

Fear: he had it
She has it

Hopes & fears you have them

All the bodies in the morning light:
They have it

Wake in the morning:
fear,
the clock,
the day,
job.

another person was there,
he had it

Wake in the afternoon,
she was gone,
he had it


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