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Without these concrete images of an unrestrained—that is, occasionally indecent— excess, the refined passages from Elegies (‘‘our own heart always exceeds us’’21) remain incomprehensible. The sexual dimension cannot be removed from Rilke’s work, but it cannot be completely integrated into the work, as Rilke did not experience sexuality reliably as something that always exceeded him. His phallic poems, of which there are quite a few, have a different function than analogous poems by other poets.
22 Here stands the great poet, who makes a tremendous contribution to world literature from his Swiss hideaway, pleasuring himself the whole time. A century after the first major psychoanalytic discussions about 32 ................. 18525$ $CH3 02-14-14 07:12:56 PS PAGE 32 c for circle onanism in Vienna, our understanding of Rilke’s ‘‘devilish obsession’’ remains caught up in unproductive reflections on productivity. AndreasSalome´ plays Rilke’s work against the ‘‘unproductive’’ onanism, furthering his obsession with a closed system of angels and devils, creation and destruction.
This is impossible, utopian. And yet Rilke comes close to this by letting the white metaphors of truth—the suns and stars in his poetry—burn themselves out. What endures is nothing but the poem, which in its final lines leaves its metaphorical matrix behind. New Poems’s final poem also leaves behind the two earlier Buddha poems, whose metaphors all orbited the unnamed, white metaphor of the sun, as our guiding star, as truth. Thus, in the first Buddha poem: And he is Star. 46 Und er ist Stern. 48 25 .................