Monthly Archives: July 2009 This is our last goodbye I hate to feel the love between us die But it’s over Just hear this and then i’ll go You gave me more to live for More than you’ll ever know This is our … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Neko Case – Maybe Sparrow Maybe sparrow you should wait The hawks alight till morning You’ll never pass beyond the gate If you don’t hear my warning Notes are hung so effortless With the rise and fall of sparrow’s breast It’s a drowning dive … Continue reading

Posted in Bird Watching | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Sir Jacob Epstein (1880-1959) Sir Jacob Epstein (1880-1959) Portrait of Isobel Rawsthorne 1932 I Like For You To Be Still I like for you to be still It is as though you are absent And you hear me from far away And my … Continue reading

Posted in Sculpting | Tagged | Leave a comment

An ISLAND IN THE MOON: Home Joseph Viscomi’s stage adaptation of An Island in the Moon, with songs by Margaret LaFrance set to flute, piano, and voice in traditional 18th century ballad formats. The play, performed at Cornell in 1983

Posted in Arts | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

British Women Romantic Poets, 1789 – 1832 from Original Poems by Mrs. Pilkington Cambridge, 1811 An electronic collection of texts from the University of California…. The British Women Romantic Poets Project is a digital initiative of the UC Davis General Library.

Posted in Poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Cynic Sang: The (Un)Official Blog of the William Blake Archive This is the collaborative blog for the William Blake Archive, wherein we discuss recent and upcoming projects, digital humanities, and William Blake.

Posted in Weblogs | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Dutch Seascapes – The New York Times &62; Arts &62; Slide Show &62; Slide 5 of 11 “Made primarily in shades of gray, the small paintings of ships on tumultuous and calm waters by Jan Porcellis have a beguiling atmospheric subtlety.”

Posted in Painting | Tagged | Leave a comment