martes, marzo 14, 2006

Over forthcoming events II

Alone, alone, all all alone
Alone on the wide wide Sea;
And Christ would take no pity on
My soul in agony.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime Of The Ancyent Marinere, IV.

For I have learned
To look on nature, not as in the hour
Of thoughtless youth; but hearing oftentimes
The still, sad music of humanity,
Nor harsh nor grating, though of ample power
To chasten and subdue.
William Wordsworth, Tintern Abbey.

6 Comments:

Blogger Del nahual divino... said...

Hola, soy Pepe, amigo de Paola y de Javier. Me encantaron los post de papalotes y espero no haya problema en agragarte a mi lista de links.

13:38  
Blogger Fairest Creature said...

Ahhh, nuevo visitante del blog. Bienvenido, Pepe, claro que te ubico. Y, no, pus no hay problema.
=)

14:14  
Anonymous Mario said...

Hola. Yo soy Mario, amigo de Aldo y de Javier. Espero tambien tuyo. Y de Pepe.

17:09  
Anonymous Anónimo said...

Querida Diana,

I´ve just read those two passages from Coleridge and Wordsworth and they really moved me. Perhaps, above all:
"To look on nature, not as in the hour Of thoughtless youth".
And then I wonder - whatever is thoughtless youth? And then I wonder if either of us have ever known it? Perhaps the beauty of youth is not that it is thoughtless, but that one's thoughts (as in these poems, which I studied precisely at a time I consider "my youth") were so beautifully contained.
C.

20:53  
Anonymous Anónimo said...

Yeah, ¡qué chido chico manchoso!.

00:42  
Blogger Fairest Creature said...

Hola Mario. Yo soy Diana, amiga de Aldo que es amigo tuyo y de Javier. Y Javier es amigo de Pepe, que es amigo de Paola, que a su vez es amiga de Aldo, quien es amigo mío. Sí, "-Let's be friends/-Best friends!".

Clau: I thought I had once known so... =( And then, yes, if the recipient's gone, beauty has gone with it.

¡¡¡¡Un anónimo emocionado por el Chico Mancha!!!!

11:52  

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