Who is Althouse? * View only LAW posts * Contribute * Shop AMAZON*
Hi,my name is Bob, do you come here often...?What's your sign?Do you play tennis?
My favorite thing when out of town. Rare opportunity to be with my favorite person.
Meade forsook you?The cad!!!From what I see of your reflection, looks like it's warm there.
Give the dog some of the lunch.
A Coleridge parody poem in Biographia LiterariaSONNET IPensive at eve, on the hard world I mused,And m poor heart was sad; so at the MoonI gazed and sighed, and sighed; for ah how soonEve saddens into night! mine eyes perusedWith tearful vacancy the dampy grassThat wept and glitter'd in the paly rayAnd I did pause me on my lonely wayAnd mused me on the wretched ones that passO'er the bleak heath of sorrow. But alas!Most of myself I thought! when it befel,That the soothe spirit of the breezy woodBreath'd in mine ear: "All this is very well,But much of one thing, is for no thing good."Oh my poor heart's inexplicable swell!(also scroll down to SONNET III, the house that jack built)
Coleridge would never make it past the multi-credentialed gatekeepers of official academic pottery nowadays. Too defenseless. After all we all must be greatly armored lest we be that most terrible of things -- a loser.
@Nasty Yes.@edutcher He had to do something. It's not a pleasure trip.
Didn't mean to intrude.
"@edutcher He had to do something. It's not a pleasure trip."A pain trip, then.
Meadehouse should ditch Ohio and head for the Restoring Honor By Listening To Glen N' Friends Party ( aka the RHBLTGNF Party) in DC. It may be too late for a flight or a bus. You'll will need to rent a car and drive all night so you can get to DC in time for Beckfest. You can make your signs in the car!!
O Grim Reaper, thou dost do us honor:To neither cut nor paste, but type with thy work-roughed handsAnd bring us to the opened mind of the Ancient bard.
"Meadehouse should ditch Ohio and head for the Restoring Honor By Listening To Glen N' Friends Party..."Next stop, Indianapolis! This time: a wedding!(Not that the "pain trip" was a funeral.)
Post a Comment