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Exposed On The Cliffs Of The Heart Analysis

Author: poem of Rainer Maria Rilke Type: poem Views: 6

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Exposed on the cliffs of the heart. Look, how tiny down


look: the last village of words and, higher,

(but how tiny) still one last

farmhouse of feeling. Can you see it?

Exposed on the cliffs of the heart. Stoneground

under your hands. Even here, though,

something can bloom; on a silent cliff-edge

an unknowing plant blooms, singing, into the air.

But the one who knows? Ah, he began to know

and is quiet now, exposed on the cliffs of the heart.

While, with their full awareness,

many sure-footed mountain animals pass

or linger. And the great sheltered birds flies, slowly

circling, around the peak's pure denial.--But

without a shelter, here on the cliffs of the heart...

Translated by Stephen Mitchell


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I think I have seen a digital back for Bronica peaprhs 10 years ago just before they went out of business (never owned that camera, but used one of and on. Nice camera with lots of fine lenses). The iPad, I'm certain, could be hooked up with a modern camera. It would not be my preferred set up (to many parts to hang on to and an ever growing camera bag) but it'd be excellent in scenic or architectural photography. The same as with an old fashioned view camera, through the iPad screen the subject can be studied in all its minute detail from different angles. Ansel Adams here we come

| Posted on 2014-03-06 | by a guest

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The challenge of ltiteng EVERYTHING go as Andrew describes it is so absolutely overwhelming from the perspective of the ego. Since the separate-self sense is made up entirely of my personal history and cultural conditioning, the thought of dropping all of that psychological baggage literally means confronting death. It's only through the recognition that who we are at the deepest level transcends the ego both in the realm of evolutionary becoming and timeless being do we actually get a glimpse of the possibility of living from a place without our selves of eternal freedom. Trusting without a doubt that Spirit will reveal itself from within once we have finally made the decision to let everything go is really the only way to make this incredible leap of faith. God, give me the courage and strength to go all the way!

| Posted on 2014-03-05 | by a guest

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Okay..since this will be my last comment of the day and beuscae I just love you poetry I will tell you a little family secret..I'm one eighth Irish..but please don't let that out it will ruin my image and as a poet I will have to write poems about saints on st. patty's day. and yes it is true.

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest

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