Slow song Pelicans a few, mourn slow their wings blue, untouched a calm sea below, listens Bea’s distant song, till all its notes dissolve. Spider Above, next to a swirling spade she lays her green web, so we all knit nights ebb, beneath her peaceful shade. I write these lines from where we first met. The […]Read more "For Tomi, Lea and Bea"
An Immorality Ezra Pound Sing we for love and idleness, Naught else is worth the having. Though I have been in many a land, There is naught else in living. And I would rather have my sweet, Though rose-leaves die of grieving, Than do high deeds in Hungary To pass all men’s believing. Online text […]Read more "Just change “Hungary” for your City"
From Meredith my witty Mermaid muse: The Mermaid A mermaid found a swimming lad, Picked him for her own, Pressed her body to his body, Laughed; and plunging down Forgot in cruel happiness That even lovers drown. by William Butler Yeats from “A man young and old” See also W.B. Yeats at Wikipedia.Read more "The Mermaid muse"