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and the dead poets go

I had promise you know I learned to love the literature Of men whose words had power Who could sing to a Grecian Urn Or…

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I feel like a caged animal today, and people are poking sticks through the bars. I am expending a ton of mental energy to maintain…

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poet as artist

Cruising through the weekend, I came upon this quote by Salman Rushdie: “A poet’s work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to…

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madman or poet

I was out wandering the hills this weekend in Mid-Wales on Cader Idris. Legend has it that the mountain is haunted and anyone who spends…

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i made the switch

I made the switch from pc to mac and after 3 days of happy computing, I don’t think I’ll ever be looking back. I thought…

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thought experiement #27

Assume that ther is a broader picture than your own point of view. What would happen if you lost your point of view? Who would…

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mad, bad and dangerous to know

In honor of National Poetry Month, I present to you George Gordon, a.k.a Lord Byron.  In my early days, when I first got into poetry,…

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what’s that i hear?

  time, that beautiful handmaiden whispered in my ear: you gotta get going baby you gotta get going death is near but i’ve got songs…

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t.s. eliot

As it is National Poetry Month, I thought it would only be fitting to celebrate by highlighting different poets through out the month.  My first selection has…

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the screenwriter’s blues

This one is for you Tim C.  We need to catch up some time. [youtube]wpZD8DVTXPU[/youtube]

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