Theatrical distances, bronze shadows heaped On high horizons, mountainous atmospheres Of sky and sea. It was her voice that made The sky acutest at its vanishing. She measured to the hour its solitude. She was the single artificer of the world In which she sang. And when she sang, the sea, Whatever self it had, … More Ramón Fernández
Did students use to say, “I need you to pass me because I am graduating next semester and do not have space in my schedule to repeat this course?” [Emphasis added] Axé.
Here, in an illustration made about 1400 CE, Gawain beheads the Green Knight, who survives this. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight was written by the Pearl Poet, and Sir Gawain’s horse is called Gringalet. The story begins at King Arthur’s court, but there is a kind of preface setting it into the context of … More Gawain and the Green Knight
Today we are having a yoga class. In this class we will imagine how it would be to go through the days without guilt. I think it would be amazing. I shall not list here the things I feel guilty about. But as I think of them and imagine them leaving me, I become aware … More Yoga
Convulsive beauty/desire unbound. Axé.
Here is the screenplay for FGL’s avant-garde play or film. Axé.