A collection of thoughts and quotations that slant, bend, twist, provoke, perplex ... Topics range widely, focusing on health, information, librarianship, technology, ethics, advocacy, accessibility and more. Collected by Patricia F. Anderson.
Aug 14, 2008 6:09pm
What grows wild is doubly beautiful. / What grows wild is a disguise. / Not badly formed. Take my hand, / being impervious to meaning in its bones / carefully snapping the goatsbeard from near grasses, / as the goatsbeard comes apart here / and there, its life dissembling. / Somewhere a set of premises keeps us / apart. - Sylvester, Janet. “Goatsbeard. (1997)” Flora Poetica, The Chatto Book of Botanical Verse, ed. Sarah Maguire. London: Chatto and Windus, (c) 2001, p. 81.blog comments powered by Disqus
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