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.
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.