The Eolian Harp

This is one of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s early conversation poems, first written in 1795. The address…

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The Kindness Of Strangers

This is a story of the childhood of great poet S. T. Coleridge. His father died…

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“The Body Of God”

Here are two further “Last Poems” of D. H. Lawrence on the subject of the demiurge:…

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The Imagination Of God

Shortly before D. H. Lawrence died his medical specialist stated, “an ordinary man with those lungs…

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“Enjambment! Or would You Prefer The French Version, Sir?”

( PLEASE NOTE. Having mentioned the term “enjambement” once or twice in my last blog on…

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“There Was A Boy”

This poem was initially written as a separate one and then was later incorporated in “The…

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Poppies

I love the time of year-mid May- when poppies first appear in our garden. I remember…

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Good Friday

"The wounded surgeon plies the steel That questions the distempered part; Beneath the bleeding hands we…

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