Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Great Regulars: This beautiful poem begins with a short,

sharp snapshot in time. But as we look, we slowly gaze down into the depths of its natural drama, before suddenly seeing the eternal.

The opening stanza gives us our first glance. A dragonfly crawls from the water.

from Christopher Nield: The Epoch Times: The Antidote--Classic Poetry for Modern Life: A Reading of 'The Dragonfly' by Tennyson


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