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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Community Oct 31
They groaned, they stirred, they all uprose, Nor spake, nor moved their eyes; It had been strange, even in a dream, To have seen those dead men rise. Coleridge, ‘Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ Happy Halloween!
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Malcolm Guite Oct 21
Stop, Christian passer-by!—Stop, child of God!’ You made your epitaph imperative, And stopped this wedding guest! But I am glad To stop with you and start again, Samuel Taylor ; a birthday sonnet, and a book via
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Malcolm Guite Oct 21
to live From that pure source, the all-renewing stream, Whose living power is imagination, And know myself a child of the I AM, Open and loving to his whole creation.Samuel Taylor ; a birthday sonnet, and a book via
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Angela Cockayne Oct 30
‘All things both great and small’ The Mariner now showing at the Levinsky Gallery Plymouth until Nov 16th. A haunting and contemporary voyage of loss, grief, redemption and hope based on Colridge’s epic poem.
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Lewis Herbert Oct 29
Continuing the theme of wonderful additional facilities in and Cambridge ... thanks to the lovely family who created this. Plus, if you really want to know if Bach was Brazilian, they've got the book for you.
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The Arts Institute Plymouth Nov 8
Just one week left to see MARINER: a painted ship upon a painted ocean in The Levinsky Gallery. This thought-provoking, contemporary voyage of loss, grief, redemption and hope is an absolute must see! >
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Community 3h
Mary Mathilda Bentham, ‘Samuel Taylor Coleridge’ Portrait Miniature, 1808. You almost never see this picture of . I wonder why?
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Clare Chambers 2 May 18
'Summer has set in with its usual severity.'
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Karl Holton 23 Oct 18
'The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew, The furrow followed free; We were the first that ever burst Into that silent sea' The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - 1798 - Paseo a la orilla del mar (Walk on the Beach) - 1909
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Launch High School Nov 12
“Advice is like the snow. The softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon & the deeper it sinks into the mind.” ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Malcolm Guite 21 Oct 18
Your glittering eye taught mine to pierce the veil, To let his light transfigure all my seeing, To serve the shaping Spirit whom I feel, And make with him the poem of my being. A birthday sonnet for via
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Dan Roberts 24 Jan 18
@ParksideFed Our feeder primary schools are enjoying meeting Michael Rosen at today
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The Romanticism blog 5 Jun 18
"He is pale and thin, has .. thick lips and not very good teeth. But if you hear him speak for five minutes you think no more of them...His eye... has more of the "poet's eye in a fine frenzy rolling" than I ever witnessed..." /2
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The Poetry App Nov 14
from "Vale` - Egypt's Might Is Tumbled Down" by
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Amanda White Oct 21
Happy B-Day to , 247 years old today. "Mine Own Countree", cut paper collage of Coleridge's cottage in Somerset where he wrote the marvellous Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
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Anthony Etherin 21 Oct 18
For Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s 246th birthday: a triolet that repeatedly anagrams a line from “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”.
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P A T R I C K Nov 11
Check The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
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HX TWNZ 2 Dec 17
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Corkscrew Theatre UK Sep 26
Really delighted and privileged to have at our Ancient Mariner rehearsal. So much to think about!
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Pamela Clemit Nov 17
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