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Metaphysical Poetry | 11 Aug 2008

The Siguiriya’s steps

My friend Nimesh  shared  The wonderful poetry of the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) which is marked by brilliance, originality. Please also care to read poems meaningful & penetrating interpretation by our literary mentor  Max Babi also being appended Among black butterflies Goes a Moorish girl beside a white serpent of mist. Earth of […]

Metaphysical Poetry | 18 Sep 2007

Still Point

In the universe one world beneath cloud foliage. In that world a town. In the town a house with a child, who is blind, staring over the edge of the universe into the depth of love.. –R.S. Thomas

Metaphysical Poetry &Poetry | 15 Sep 2007

Dream..

In the dream I gave the Bird freedom. In real life I told it my dream in its cage..It sang then notes of gold hotter than my tears punishing itself for my dream -R.S.Thomas.

Metaphysical Poetry | 15 Sep 2007

Contradictions

” No need to apologise,’ says God to his conscience. “Speak a louder , time says to eternity, I am heavy of hearing. Are the machine and the tiger related by more than purr ? The answer is at the back of the mirror, says Alice , where truth lies. -R.S. Thomas- Residues..

Metaphysical Poetry &Poetry | 02 Aug 2007

Trees..

The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity, and some scarce see Nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, Nature is Imagination itself. – William Blake, 1799, […]

Metaphysical Poetry | 17 Oct 2006

On William Blake

Blake, reason and the passions by W.B. Yeats. The reason, and by the reason he meant deductions from the observations of the senses, binds us to mortality because it binds us to the senses, and divides us from each other by showing us our clashing interests; but imagination divides us from mortality by the immortality […]

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