Dana Gibson Bertrams Lamp in Black

Dana Gibson Bertrams Lamp in Black. This is named after a favorite poem by Donald Justice.  While Bertram sleeps, Jane's experience is rendered in a solemn mysterious light.  Read on below. 

  • 27" High
  • Simple cylinder shape
  • The base is 6" in diam.
  • The Shade is 16" at the widest.
  • Choose a white or black shade

In Bertram's Garden

by Donald Justice

Jane looks down at her organdy skirt
As if it somehow were the thing disgraced,
For being there, on the floor, in the dirt,
And she catches it up about her waist,
Smooths it out along one hip,
And pulls it over the crumpled slip.

On the porch, green-shuttered, cool,
Asleep is Bertram that bronze boy,
Who, having wound her around a spool,
Sends her spinning like a toy
Out to the garden, all alone,
To sit and weep on a bench of stone.

Soon the purple dark must bruise
Lily and bleeding-heart and rose,
And the little cupid lose
Eyes and ears and chin and nose,
And Jane lie down with others soon,
Naked to the naked moon.



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