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This is why I don’t do extensive outlining:


Writers' Wisdom

“A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong,
a homesickness, a lovesickness.”

Robert Frost 



Menelusuri Riwayat Iowa, Ibukota Sastra Dunia (3)


Menelusuri Riwayat Iowa, Ibukota Sastra Dunia (1)”

“Menelusuri Riwayat Iowa, Ibukota Sastra Dunia (2)”

Schramm yang berbakat ini lebih tertarik dengan komunikasi massa yang saat itu masih dibutuhkan pemerintah AS yang terlibat dalam hiruk pikuk Perang Dunia II. 890 more words


Miles to go..

While reading the other day I was reminded of one of my favorite poets. The author quoted the last stanza from “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” 78 more words

Contemplate Life

but let there never be curtain drawn between you and me (reprise)

apparently i’m a sucker for windows and trees and/but not really good with titles so i simply reuse one from last year. this photo was made a few weeks ago on a visit to beelitz heilstätten.


Our Generation is the Luckiest Generation

It has been an interesting month altogether. I took two college courses in the first session of Summer, and am  currently taking one for session 2. 1,821 more words

Summer 2014

The Great Wall of China and Robert Frost


But this week following my visit to the Great Wall, my determined (grimly, in part) walk to station 23–the last stop on the Beijing portion of the wall where tourists are technically allowed–I’m thinking about Robert Frost’s poem, “The Mending Wall.” So I’ll copy it here and leave it at that, for now. 399 more words