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Ceilidh in the Clouds


We danced as we gathered

Fresh sublimation of triple-point stars

To the covalent ceildh of clouds

Skylark ascending acceleration of joy

Heel-toe the tapping

magnetic the tempo…

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"The Hollow Men" Reimagined

This is how the world ends,
                     not with a bang but…

We’re just shells of people
Hollow inside
We’re afraid of the stars when they come out at night… 321 more words


The readers of the Boston Evening Transcript

Here is a poem from TS Eliot, which I should think harks back to his roots in New England, although he spent most of his life in the UK, working and writing in London. 365 more words

Open University - The T.S. Eliot Prize

The T.S. Eliot prize honours the best in modern poetry and is often regarded as the ‘most prized award in poetry’ in the world. To celebrate this years’ prize we decided to reimagine each nominee as if they were part of a book series. 29 more words

The Works

Journey of the Magi

Frank Turner has some amazing songs in his repertoire. From Polaroid Picture to Four Simple Words. But today I want to showcase Journey of the Magi. 91 more words


Tremendous News for Gloucester

TS Eliot’s Restless Ghost Finds Home in Seaside Idyll

The Guardian UK

February 14, 2015

By Robert McCrum

Last September, listeners to National Public Radio… 469 more words


Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.

TS Eliot

Quotes: Motivation/insight