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Sunday, March 07, 2004
 
SIMON AND GARFUNKEL



This duo had a major influence on my evolving worldview - as a child, I was drawn to my older brother's albums of them. Surprsingly, I am still moved by their lyrics today.

Great Site

All the Lyrics

Individual songs, in depth - including sound files..

Richard Cory - the poem and the song..

Remember "The Graduate?"

PBase Gallery - Parsley,Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (and while you're there, click at the top, and check out the rest of her fine work!)

WORLD WAR 1 POETRY

For whatever reason, this most awful of wars was also the most literary of wars. Although other nations had their war poets , the British, and to an extent, the Commonwealth nations and the US, produced an especially remarkable body of poetry..

Oxford Online Tutorial with hypertexted poems..

Lots of Online Poems at Bartlebys

The Lost Poets

War Sonnets

Some distinguished war poets ended up at Craiglockhart Military Hospital, where they produced Hydra magazine..

Does it Matter?

DOES it matter?--losing your legs?...
For people will always be kind,
And you need not show that you mind
When the others come in after hunting
To gobble their muffins and eggs.

Does it matter?--losing your sight?...
There's such splendid work for the blind;
And people will always be kind,
As you sit on the terrace remembering
And turning your face to the light.

Do they matter?--those dreams from the pit?...
You can drink and forget and be glad,
And people won't say that you're mad;
For they'll know you've fought for your country
And no one will worry a bit.

Siegfried Sassoon

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