“To a Skylark” is perhaps one of the greatest nests of poetic paradoxes in the history of English poetry. Its language is shaped around the creation of ironical images, starting with the enigmatic “Hail to thee, blithe Spirit/Bird thou never wert!” and proceeding to describe “un…
Every now and then a writer comes along who makes us confident enough—without a doubt—to say: “This is a real poet!” Such is the case with Michael R. B…
Daniel Leach’s latest collection of poems, Places the Soul Goes, presents the reader with a rich and unique array of places, persons and times, which w…
“Trust me, the fountain of youth, it is no fable. It is running Truly and always. You ask, where? In poetical art.” - Friedrich Schiller, The Fountain …
Music and Genius
A sage and pupil made their wayInto a fog-infested wood.They searched and wandered placesWhere for years no traveler would. The underbrush, the damp-co…
“To develop a complete mind: Study the science of art; Study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.…
Among the starry schemes and bright Plateaus of foggy mountain peaks, A master and his pupil made Their way towards the dragon’s grot. As both the sage…
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