Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Architecture of Life

“There are but two strong conquerors of the forgetfulness of men, Poetry and Architecture; and the latter in some sort includes the former, and is mightier in its reality.  It is well to have, not only what men have thought … Continue reading

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Australian

It was a vision populated by bamboo bars And eucalyptus trees.  Her hands were Rough, a complete surprise.  But maybe That’s because I’m sexist.  Or sexless.   Australia is a land full of mixed up animals. It seems like every … Continue reading

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Marian Vision

Beauty will you sit with me, At the edge of reality, In the dark times of night?   A mother’s kiss would Do away with unwanted Dreams.  Mares of the night Yield to a Marian sight, An aeviternal light.   … Continue reading

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