Poetry & Music
Robert Frost's "The Sound of the Trees" Revisited -
“As an addendum to my recent post containing three brief poems about the wind, here is a poem by Robert Frost on the same topic, but with a twist.”
Horatius at the Bridge -
Heroic Horatius stands at the end of bridge, fighting off the Tuscan army, saving the young Rome. One man can make a big difference.
Enjoying "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson -
“On either side the river lie, Long fields of barley and of rye, That clothe the wold and meet the sky; And through the field the road runs by, To many-tower'd Camelot”
The Pythagorean Golden Verses -
"Honor thy father and mother and relatives"
Sayings of the High One, from the Poetic Edda
Video: Bright Eyes -
From the animated film based on Richard Adam's book, Watership Down
Lady of the Fountain -
The Mabinogeon, Chapter IV : Gawain's Adventure and The Adventure of the Lion