Two poems, one poetess.

Imagists, at least the early ones, tended to write short poems. That does not make them bad poems. Hilda Doolitle ("H.D." in her life time) was one such: she did write longer, but here are two of her shorter poems. The City is Peopled The city is peopled with spirits, not ghosts, O my love: … Continue reading Two poems, one poetess.

No quarter in reformation.

I have spent most of the afternoon wandering around the Berlin Cathedral. Photos will follow (let's say that the phone was used, a bit). I discovered that the German Kings were fervent Lutherans, cared for their children (there is a crypt dedicated to the loss of a crown prince in 1915) and did do much … Continue reading No quarter in reformation.