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Face

I need to tell You how I miss Your face,
How there is no other e’er could replace
You in the sanctuary of my heart, 87 more words

Ruba'i and Rubáyiat - Meeting at the Bar

Usually when I tell people that I’m interested in poetry, I see a vacant look in their faces before they start talking about something else. Poetry interest is not very high among my technology friends. 574 more words

Poetry

‘Clarion’ series of Omar Khayyam postcards, illustrated by Frank Chesworth

Thanks to Bob Forrest for this note about another unusual aspect of Rubaiyat publishing.  Bob is also in need of further informationon this subject..  If you can help to answer any of his questions, set out below, please post a comment and/or contact Bob via his website… 557 more words

THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM TRANSLATED BY EDWARD FITZGERALD

Hark! Who goes there? Ah, ‘tis Death, our familiar foe,

Who comes, and takes, before we art yet ready to go.

How unerring thy compass; yet how blind thine eyes… 389 more words

Books

"Feckless Friday" ruba'iyat

This is not what Friday was meant to be;
events conspire to render me
helpless — stroke by stroke of ticking span
I fear that I will not break free. 91 more words

Poetry

See the Heat on Grape Bunches with IR Thermography

Recently I purchased a VT02 Visual IR Thermometer for use on grapes and grapevines.  This instrument has been used in various studies, mainly those addressing irrigation scheduling, stomatal conductance, and other water-related issues.   318 more words

Muscadines/Grapes

Al-Ma'arri - The Great Poet

O fools, awake! The rites you sacred hold
Are but a cheat contrived by men of old,
Who lusted after wealth and gained their lust… 134 more words

Philosophy