Books: The treasure of knowledge, poem by Dev PriyaThey're nothing to do with each other! Behind them was Keats, urging them on. Science was a "vulture" that shrivelled wonder. I think this over-romanticises both poetry and science, which have got on fine for two millennia and today are enriching their dialogue. Michael Symmonds Roberts's collection Corpus came out of a conversation with scientists mapping the genome. Jo Shapcott's collection Of Mutability is expanding poetry's audiences in the medical community.
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Gravity aligns us Apr She glories in them. We are all alone In ways no one understands We drown under The waves of words We aren't saying Sometimes I can feel my bones Straining under the weight Of all the lives Im not living All we've got is This precious knowledge Of our own Self destruction. Laura Villareal, author of The Cartography of Sleep :.
The fellowship of books is real. Be like others by Detchramond. Life without books is useless; Books can lead us to success. Behind them was Keats, urging them on.
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Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Hossein Mohammadzade Aug Giving joy, getting joy, never coy, Often pretty, always called a toy, She sells all that there is to deploy. And there is she who is demure; A teacher whose job is secure. Some say that all teachers are pure. The professor prostitutes his knowledge. He also sells his precious time.
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