Wednesday, November 11, 2009

this bag of dreams...

if you must, 
this little bag of dreams
Unloose the cord, 
they will wrap you round.


Life, Uncharted. said...

Very nice. Yeats portray so much dramatic richness in his words. I have a few of his quotes stored on my hard drive. I love the photo too. I'm hoping its the dreams that are wrapping around me and not the chord. Yikes! Just kidding :) Inspiring entry for sure.


yes, yeats would be hard to beat in anything written! just a little play on the words and the chord and the image :)

The Abbot said...

Hi Jenean. Not sure about W B Yeats but the poem The Lady of Shalott was written by Alfred Lord Tennyson about a lady cursed and living in a castle constantly weaving a magic web. The outside world was viewed through a mirror which she broke the unknown curse when she saw Sir Lancelot ride by.
She stopped in a boat and died on the way to Camalot.

The Abbot said...

Had a senior moment ...obviously the words were by W B Yeats who was a member of the occult organization The Golden Dawn along with the notorious A Crowley.


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