Friday, March 02, 2007

The Tempest: An Interlude

"Hear my soul speak
The very instant that I saw you did
My heart fly to your service."

-- Shakespeare's The Tempest, [III.i.79]


Blogger CoralPoetry said...


You have an interesting site which I have bookmarked for further persual at a later time. There is a lot of information to digest here.

“Does Poetry Make Nothing Happen?”

Poetry can be an enabler.

“Yet poets have always witnessed and warned of crises”

There are many poets who articulate their fears for the future. Poetry is about saying things without saying anything until one re-visits the poem with hindsight. Then it most certainly has meaning.


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