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D.H. Lawrence's Three Strange Angels

I’ve been reading and listening to David Whyte’s work for the last couple of years now and I would say that, largely because of him, I have developed an interest in the literature of mid-life. 102 more words

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Reflections: Let's Talk Book-Talk.

Wow, what a day.  Zennor in Darkness, by Helen Dunmore, with eleven students.  I’m still buzzing.  Six hours of lively discussion and passionate debate.  We covered a lot of ground, and my plan had to be continually revised as we shared ideas, questions and insights. 307 more words

Literature

DH Lawrence - "The Rainbow"

The horror of not being ourselves without the other being frightens us even now, because this abandon–the feeling of being in love for real and finally found the other part of the self- does not abolish the self, but enriches it by becoming a greater self, a complex self of two beings as one self – the twilight concept of the soulmate… 1,150 more words

Ink Marks On Empty Dreams

Found Letter

the day knotted at both ends
a rare loose thread in between
i burrowed into a second hand
bookstore
i bought
DH Lawrence
Love Poems… 68 more words

Poetry

Rocking Horse Winner

The Rocking Horse Winner
by phil gennuso

In part inspired by the amazing short story by DH Lawrence, The Rocking Horse Winner.

VISUALS

T is for Travel

It seems that I’m becoming more comfortable with embracing challenges these days. With that in mind, I’m embracing the A-to-Z Blogging challenge, by writing about the things that I most closely associate with being alive, when I show up and engage with life as fully as possible. 936 more words

A To Z Challenge

NPM: #16 Window Watcher

Athe Window

D.H. Lawrence,1885- 1930

The pine-trees bend to listen to the autumn wind as it mutters
Something which sets the black poplars ashake with hysterical laughter; 134 more words

Reflections