But that's not how I read this picture, Diana. Other echoes inhabit the garden.
 
CR.

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We are the holloe men.....
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Dear CR:

Yes these are beautiful. But great poetry reveals the darker aspects of existence too, the parts of ourselves, others, and nature that we prefer not to acknowledge, don't you think?

//Art that is all rosy loveliness is saccharine and false, in my opinion.//

Diana


Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 06:45:07 -0700
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Kenyon College. (Forbes Magazine)
 
 
poetry has many voices, and many forms
 
CR