Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Raw Material

“The poet's material is words that, for all we may say and feel against them, are more manageable than men. Get a few words alone in a study and with plenty of time on your hands you can make them say anything you please.”
—Robert Frost (1874-1963) poet

Editorial Comment: Like water-boarding?

PeezPix: Speaking of Frost, Wintry Skies.


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