I carry your heart with me(I carry it in
my heart)i am never without it(anywhere
I go you go,my dear;and whatever is done
by only me is your doing,my darling)
no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)i want
no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)
and it’s you are whatever a moon has always meant
and whatever a sun will always sing is you
here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud
and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows
higher than soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that’s keeping the stars apart
I carry your heart(I carry it in my heart)
- Tulip Tree flower
- Photos – Beauty on my mountian
- Random photos
- Happy Mothers Day
- Charlie Chaplin – British spies stumped by Charlie Chaplin mystery
- Blinded by Tennessee Williams
- What If ?
- Body Instruments
- Andrew Wyeth
- Native American Indian 10 Commandments
- J.R.R Tolkien
- True personalities are not as far apart as people believe
- Mayonnaise Jar & Two Beers…
- Key word Here : Valued
- In the Renaissance period being fat meant to show the “value” of the human body and pureness.
- Minerva and the Centaur by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli, circa 1482
- When we take things for granted
- Jack the Ripper – From Hell
- ‘Jackie’ the Ripper: Was the Infamous Serial Killer a Woman?
- Harry Houdini – Merry Christmas!
- Henry viii – Written with the hand of him who wishes he were yours
- Margaret Thatcher – Anything which weakens you, weakens America
- Pablo Picasso – I am quite sad that you are ill
- Joan of Arc – Joan of Arc’s Call for Arms
- John Irving – I write for young readers, not uptight adults
- Leonardo Da Vinci – The Skills of Da Vinci
- John Wayne – To Our Very Best Pal JOHN WAYNE (Or Occupant)
- Mary Stuart – I am to be executed
- Ludwig Van Beethoven – I would have gladly mingled with you
- Norman Rockwell – This is the second fan letter of my long career
- Jim Henson – Scientifically yours
- Jane Austen – Ym raed Yssac
- Queen Victoria – I cannot remain silent
- Robert Louis Stevenson – Respected Paternal Relative
- Ray Bradbury – That man basked in your light
- Ray Bradbury – Be your own self. Love what YOU love.
- Ray Bradbury – I am not afraid of robots. I am afraid of people.
- Ray Bradbury – No way!
- Ralph Emerson – I greet you at the beginning of a great career
- T.S.Eliot – Confide in me, Tom
- T.S Eliot – La misère de la condition humaine
- Tennessee Williams to Marlon Brando – Success is a real and subtle whore
- Vincent v. Gogh to Emily Bernard – Langlois Bridge
- Vincent v. Gogh – What you say should be applied to others rather than to me
- Winston Churchill – What does all this stuff about flying saucers amount to?
- Winston Churchill – How noble a woman’s heart can be.
- Tender Photo Unearthed from a Turbulent Time.
- White’ slaves used for 1860s fundraiser propaganda.
- Poet and essayist Adrienne Rich
- Old Letter – I was ready to sink into the earth with shame
- The Masked Letter
- To My Old Master, Colonel P.H. Anderson, Big Spring, Tennessee
- C.S Lewis, A pantomime Aslan would be blasphemy
- Mark Twain to Helen Keller The bulk of all human utterances is plagiarism
- Noel Coward to Marlene Dietrich – DO NOT be so bloody vulnerable
- William Powell Frith
- Benny Hill – “Girls are like pianos
- Jack Prelutsky (1940 – present) Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face
- Langston Hughes (1902 – 1967) What happens to a dream deferred?
- William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939) Brown Penny
- Walt Whitman (1819 – 1892) A Woman Waits for Me
- Victor Hugo (1802 – 1885) More Strong Than Time
- Thomas Hardy (1840 – 1928) Under The Waterfal
- Ted Hughes (1930 – 1998) Lovesong
- Sylvia Plath (1932 – 1963) Southern Sunrise
- Shel Silverstein (1930 – 1999 ) Where the Sidewalk Ends
- Robert Hayden (1913 – 1980) Monet’s Waterlilies
- Robert Frost (1874 – 1963) Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
- Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) IN THE FOREST
- Lord Alfred Tennyson (1809 – 1892) The Brook
- Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1809 – 1861) The Best Thing In The World
- Edgar Allan Poe (1809 – 1849) To The River
- E.E. Cummings ( 1894 – 1962 ) [I carry your heart with me(I carry it in]
- Amy Lowell (1874 – 1925 ) The Tree of Scarlet Berries
- The Merman by Lord Alfred Tennyson
- The Mermaid by Lord Alfred Tennyson
- Gandhi sitting at a spinning wheel. ~ Mohandas Gandhi In The Story of My Experiments With Truth ~
- Through My Green Eyes.
- Albert Einstine
- 2 of 2 “Daffodils” by Ted Huges
- DH Lawrence – Snake
- Ted Hughes – The Horses
- Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Delayed Gratification
- 2 of 2 – Leonard Cohen
- 1 of 2 – Leonard Cohen
- The KISS Rule
- The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
- Believe or The Man Who Thinks He Can – by Walter D. Wintle
- “Courage is stepping outside your comfort zone”
- Life’s journey is an incredible experience.
- The Eagle Represents …
- Love letter from French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac
- The love letters of John Keats and Fanny Brawne.
- A love letter from Voltaire to Catherine Olympe Dunoyer.
- A love letter from Robert Browning to Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson –
- Death is not the worst thing in life.
- A Journey of Self Discovery
- The Present.
- Ludwig van Beethoven – Immortal Beloved
- Ernest Hemingway – Ezra Pound is obviously crazy
- David Attenborough – In search of a Komodo dragon
- George Bernard Shaw – You are doomed to deserved failure
- F. Scott Fitzgerald – Something extraordinary
- Ted Hughes – We ought to take this man now
- Oscar Wilde – Art is useless because…
- M. Twain To W. Whitman – What great births you have witnessed!
- John Keats – If I cannot live with you I will live alone
- H. G. Wells on American journalists
- T.S. Eliot – TO ALL POLLICLE DOGS AND JELLICLE CATS!
- Arthur Conan Doyle – The Cottingley Fairies
- Louie Armstrong – Am Ricely and Chickenly Yours
- King Henry VIII – Wishes he were yours
- Robert Burns -Thou eunuch of language.
- Walt Whitman “Song Of Myself “
- Transitioning into a new phase.
- Our Mask – Being True To Who We Really Are.
- Rhythm Of Love.
- Obituary Of Common Sense.
- This has to be the best divorce letter ever written.
- Life Is …
- Our Dreams.
- The World.
- William Wordsworth Poem – Daffodils
- Touch a Woman’s Mind.
- The Long and Winding Road.
- Can Going Without Money Hurt the Economy? One Man’s Quest to Be Penniless
- Humor Me! – Non-Deep Thoughts.
- Useless but now you know.
- WD -40 Who knew?
- Odd Ball Humor
- It looks weird,but believe it or not, you can read it.
- George Carlin’s Views On Aging.
- Above and Beyond
- English is difficult! Can you read these right the first time?
- Are you deadly at Scrabble?
- How The Internet Began
- 100 Most Beautiful Words in the English Language
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