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Daydreaming ... water that flows in the wind to the beat of the music in my head. I am totally in a trance loving the visual music I see before me. When we are living in the moment we are living our lives to the fullest. This is when I am in love with nature; I am home. “A daydream is a meal at which images are eaten. Some of us are gourmets, some gourmands, and a good many take their images precooked out of a can and swallow them down whole, absent-mindedly and with little relish.” ~ W.H…

How should we like it were stars to burn With a passion for us, we could not return? If equal affection cannot be, Let the more loving one be me.

W.H. Auden, 1952, photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Wystan Hugh Auden - Anglo-American poet, regarded as one of the greatest writers of the century. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1952

W. H. Auden: Tell Me the Truth About Love    “W. H. Auden: Tell Me the Truth About Love” looks at the works of W. H. Auden, revealing how his poems about love  came not just from inspiration, but rather from a rigorous personal analysis of love itself. When he died in 1973, he left behind some of the greatest love poems of the 20th century. This piece includes photographs, a photo-gallery and two documentaries.

W. H. Auden: Tell Me the Truth About Love

Auden: Tell Me the Truth About Love (Photos, Gallery and Videos)

DickFrancis. jockey and writer. Born Richard Stanley Francis in Coedcanlas, Wales. In his racing career, he won over 350 races and was champion jockey in the 1953-54 season.  From 1953 to 1957 he was jockey to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. He was riding her horse Devon Loch to almost certain victory in the 1956 Grand National, when it inexplicably fell, close to the winning post. Retiring in 1957, he took up an equally successful career as a crime writer, producing over forty…

Dick Francis British steeplechase jockey and crime writer, whose novels center on horse racing. Racing correspondent for The London Sunday Express, a newspaper where he worked for 16 years. To the Hilt.

L-R: Chester Kallman, W. H. Auden and Hans Werner Henze

L-R: Chester Kallman, W. Auden and Hans Werner Henze - Hans Werner Henze and Elliott Carter - Hans Werner Henze and Elliott Carter Tribute, Music Matters - BBC Radio 3

Thus Was Adonis Murdered by Sarah Caudwell

All about Thus Was Adonis Murdered by Sarah Caudwell. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

W.H. Auden

theantidote: “Alexander McCall Smith on why W H Auden still matters at the New Statesman Photo: Jerry Cooke/Corbis ”

W. H. Auden's Defense of The Lord of the Rings : The New Yorker

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Auden's Defense of The Lord of the Rings : The New Yorker.[sorry, I've never read Lord of the Rings. But WHA, as Isabel D. calls him, is my favorite poet.

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