Although thoroughly postmodern, the American poet Theodore Roethke would have been at home with almost any of the lyric poets of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Category: Food for Thought
The Stoics knew: Being bothered is unhealthy.
Have you ever tried to watch your own breathing?
Here’s a more scholarly way of expressing how (and why) Tolkien saw himself as a discoverer of legends rather than an inventor of stories.
Humans should live in accord with nature.
Well known, for good reason. If you are mourning, it helps to think of things this way.
Beans are so healthy, they are worth stocking up on!
Neither dash nor dot means anything; it is the difference between that makes the Morse code possible.
This English poet with the Italian name was a painter as well as a poet.
An important piece by Martin Cothran over at MemoriaPress.com