“Glory” is a collage poem/film redolent of women, hair, and excess. Source films include both versions of Cecil B. de Mille’s “The Ten Commandments,” D.W. Griffith’s “Intolerance,” the early Oz films, and some Bollywood favorites. The oud music to which the video is set is from a pirated CD I bought very cheaply at a souk in Marrakech and I know neither the musician nor the title of the piece. The source of much of the language for the poem is a secret online lexical goldmine. As Humpty Dumpty famously said, “There’s glory for you!” Note that the video is just over 14 minutes long and it is slow and hypnotic, so sit back.