Sunday, October 28, 2007

Reading poetry this afternoon, I came upon these lines. They express so well what life should be for all of us:

Let there nothing be

More boisterous than a lover’s bended knee;

Nought more ungentle than the placid look

Of one who leans upon a closed book;

Nought more untranquil than the grassy slopes

Between two hills.

-- John Keats, “Sleep and Poetry”

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