(GJ) Canto XXII (p.8, ll. 29-36).

From Joyce’s Giacomo Joyce: The sellers offer on their altars the first fruits: green- flecked lemons, jewelled cherries, shameful peaches with torn leaves…. Owlish wisdom stares from their eyes brooding upon the lore of their Summa contra Gentiles.  An Original Haiku: Dark exotic eyes/ Sharp-sighted while his are weak/ Untether her soul/ About Giacomo JoyceContinue reading “(GJ) Canto XXII (p.8, ll. 29-36).”