The Savoring

 

 

 

Pearls,  of Wine

(  and Roses  )

 

 

Words flown,  for Eyes beyond Our Own,

must carry with Them,  The Clarity of

Truth,  The Wisdom of Reason, 

and whenEver,  The Art,

      of Simplicity . . .

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Words flown,

 for Eyes beyond Our Own,

must carry with Them,  The Clarity

of Truth,  The Wisdom of Reason,

and,  whenEver,  The Art,

      of Simplicity . . .

 

 

 

 

from Book II,  The Sword ( Second Sound ) The Third DoveTale – The Rail of Sighs

 

 

 

a Tear, in The I, of The Beholder

 

 

The Beauty

(  of A uniVerse  )

 

 

*

All

Poetry,

is writing,

that formulates a

concentrated awareness

of experience,  in a language

chosen and arranged to create

a specific emotional response

through meaning,  sound,

      rhythm,  and . . .

 

 

 Art

 

  

 © 1990 Merriam-Webster,  Inc. Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary  )

 

 

from Book I,  The Ring ( First Light ) The Seventh DoveTale – The Pageant of Lilies