A moon had risen while I slept, and was shining through the
countless-windowed roof; but her light was crossed by so many
shadows that at first I could distinguish almost nothing of the… 100 more words
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About Poets’ Corner, a new column from Philip Zoutendam.
The South Transept at Westminster Abbey is called “Poets’ Corner.” It’s a place where the luminaries of British literature, beginning with Chaucer and extending through Dryden and Dickens to Eliot and Auden, are buried and memorialized. 818 more words
Imagine that. A man who lived in another century and another country wrote a verse just for me!
The Diary of an Old Soul by George MacDonald has become one of my favorites. 542 more words