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T.S. Eliot Reads “The Journey of the Magi” – Ancient Intonations

T.S. Eliot

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“The way hope builds his house” — Emily Dickinson (Manuscript)

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Poet Emily Dickinson E.D. had difficult handwriting and wrote on anything handy. She did not leave polished manuscripts of her poems for publication in most cases.  This was eventually published as poem #1481 and dated c. 1879   “The way Hope … Continue reading

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“Feeling into Words” by Seamus Heaney

“The poet is on the side of undeceiving the world. It means being vigilant in the public realm. But you can go further still and say that poetry tries to help you to be a truer, purer, wholer being.” SEAMUS … Continue reading

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