He told us, with the years, you will come
to love the world.
And we sat there with our souls in our laps,
and comforted them.

The Poetry In Motion program has returned to the New York Subway, beginning with the lovely piece, “Graduation,” by Dorothea Tanning, an American poet who passed this year at the age of 101.

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“Clepsydra” is really a meditation on how time feels as it is passing. —John Ashbery Maine Lighthouse

George with T. S. Eliot

catsandtheirpeople:

This photograph probably taken by Vivienne (Haigh-Wood) Eliot shows T.S. Eliot at home at 57 Chester Terrace, London in 1928.

Eliot loved cats. We all know that. He also liked small dogs.

And his poetry? Well - read it, listen to it, dwell in it. Let it speak.  Let it be.

Looking for a place to start?  Try Prufrock.

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He told us, with the years, you will come
to love the world.
And we sat there with our souls in our laps,
and comforted them.

The Poetry In Motion program has returned to the New York Subway, beginning with the lovely piece, “Graduation,” by Dorothea Tanning, an American poet who passed this year at the age of 101.

(via)

(Source: curiositycounts, via the-future-then)

Source: prufrocksdilemma.blogspot.com

“Clepsydra” is really a meditation on how time feels as it is passing. —John Ashbery Maine Lighthouse

George with T. S. Eliot

catsandtheirpeople:

This photograph probably taken by Vivienne (Haigh-Wood) Eliot shows T.S. Eliot at home at 57 Chester Terrace, London in 1928.

Eliot loved cats. We all know that. He also liked small dogs.

And his poetry? Well - read it, listen to it, dwell in it. Let it speak.  Let it be.

Looking for a place to start?  Try Prufrock.

(via rhubarbic)

"He told us, with the years, you will come
to love the world.
And we sat there with our souls in our laps,
and comforted them."
George with T. S. Eliot

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