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Sonnet LXXXIII Analysis



Author: Poetry of Edmund Spenser Type: Poetry Views: 205

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MY hungry eyes, through greedy couetize,

Still to behold the obiect of theyr payne:

with no contentment can themselues suffize,

but hauing pine, and hauing not complayne

For lacking it, they cannot lyfe sustayne,

and seeing it, they gaze on it the more:

in theyr amazement lyke Marcissus vayne

whose eyes him staru'd: so plenty makes me pore.

Yet are myne eyes so filled with the store

of that fayre sight, that nothing else they brooke:

but loath the things which they did like before,

and can no more endure on them to looke.

All this worlds glory seemeth vayne to me,

and all theyr shewes but shadowes sauing she.










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Absolutely. Eliot was a genius. You don’t know me, son. So let me elpaxin this to you once: If I ever kill you, you’ll be awake, you’ll be facing me, and you’ll be armed. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-16 | by a guest


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I wonder about the legal basis under which the pesernt Management retains its authority. Clearly, no one who counts can have confidence in their judgement. Should they not, as a body, be obliged to resign? This would be an important legal test-case, I think.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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Hello from Radio Deleuze/ the Guattari Complex/ ___ I've added links to Radio Deleuze and the Guattari Complex in support (the peitoitn etcetera)of your struggle to keep the philosophy department open. best of luck and don't give up_ you may have a long battle ahead as what's happening over there is also happening all over the place in many differing ways.Clifford Duffy x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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How rich your writing aalerdy was, and then this: Ah. The connection becomes clear. and you dive down some more. Loved that end: in my mind I stood out in that late-summer storm (etc.). It brought me into one of those deep-into-the-belly breaths/sighs. (with big-time gratitude for your willingness to go there and get it down.) Thanks for sharing your schtuff.And, for more of a meta comment: I love that THIS photo took you these places. Just goes to show that you never know where a prompt will take you, and where the road might lead once you start writing. But if we give ourselves over to this process (and keep practicing), it opens up a whole new conversation with ourselves. Writing is like a welcome-mat for that conversation, and when you welcome that conversation, you shine a light and you see more. (and from there, well, awesomeness.)(hm. methinks there may be a blog post in here.) (thanks for the inspiration, ms. jul. xo)

| Posted on 2013-11-11 | by a guest


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Thank you Myrna. Mom was definitely not easy (but she is such great story maetrial. (laughing) I'm still writing stories. I keep writing because it is important to get our family history recorded and included as part of Canadian History . I think my family and realitives were, and are, amazing. I love the courage and strengh they possessed. These qualities in themshone through all the darkness and adversity they had to face.

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest




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