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13th February, 2017

Today, for no reason I selected Walter Benjamin’s Arcades Project from a shelf in the library. Hesitating before the substantial tome, I read what was available to the unsubscribed browser of T.J. 1,013 more words

Angelus Novus

The Turtle [Language Warning]

The Mother of Tortoises

Twenty-two centuries before the Christian era, the good emperor Yü the Great travelled and measured with his steps the Nine Mountains, the Nine Rivers, and the Nine Marshes and divided the land into Nine Provinces fit for virtue and agriculture.

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The Frontier Dispensary

Poet's Corner: Ella Wheeler Wilcox

“A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with language.” 

-W.H. Auden, Academy of American Poets Chancellor, (1954-1973)

I have been really into poetry again lately. 251 more words


Band 6 Auden with Diaz

“The power of a composer to shape political perspectives of events, personas and histories are the lessons taught by the study of People and Politics.” … 2,457 more words

Band 6