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I quite like this short fiction by Tyger Schonholzer- it has an unusual premise, which I won’t reveal so that you can discover it for yourself, but feel free to discuss this in the comments. I did not expect … Continue reading
“When I am dead, my dearest”- poem by Christina Rossetti When I am dead, my dearest Sing no sad songs for me Plant thou no roses at my head Nor shady cypress tree Be the green grass above me With … Continue reading
Schubertiad- poem by Fiona Sampson Schubertiad After the String Quintet in C, D956 One moment before it starts – one breath. Light stills in the meadow, stalls at oaks and the river’s silver line. For an instant your stomach turns … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Life Poetic Blog:
Mozart Woodblock print Printed out a woodblock print of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In reading about him in Classic Composers (Magna Books, 1993), I was surprised to learn he found himself in dire financial…
The Wisdom of Trees, by Hermann Hesse (Autumn Trees, painting by EdwardianPiano) “For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. And even more I … Continue reading
Originally posted on Elan Mudrow:
When the wind takes its fingers and scrapes along the top of the forest, a murmur of voices erupts. This is the sound of lovers who can whisper and speak out loud at the same…