Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Chimes






14 comments:

  1. Nice post, thanks for sharing :)

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  2. I’m curious about the poem. Think I’ll see what I can find out about it.

    Thanks for this little spot of quiet.

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  3. From the poem “The Garden” by Andrew Marvell. I specifically remember the line: “Annihilating all that’s made / To a green thought in a green shade.”

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  4. I can almost imagine its sound ... thank you for this so lovely post, Bill!

    Wishing you a wonderful WW and remainder of your week

    XOXO Daniela

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  5. Lovely, and thanks to Deb for tracking down the poem.

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  6. A lovely poem, and those wind chimes are of a good size.

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  7. Interesting poem - do you know the author?
    Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/02/some-more-from-nasher-museum.html

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  8. Lovely poem and chimes. Hope there's a bench nearby -- seems like a good place to have a contemplative rest.

    Deb above said the author was Andrew Marvell (1621-1678). First printed in 1681, sent in by his widow Mary Marvell.
    MNL (Cactus Catz)

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  9. Nice wind chimes, they must sound awesome when they are chiming. Lovely poem, I like it.

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  10. What a sense of peace that gives!

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