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A Poetic Interlude

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Susan Larison Danz

Susan Larison Danz

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Susan Larison Danz reads poetry to uplift our spirits, and also offers reflections amid the poems.

Poets featured today are Andrew Marvell, 1621-1678 ("The Garden") and William Wordsworth, 1770-1850 ("Lines Written in Early Spring" and "To a Butterfly")

(As a sidenote, as it carries a bit of a lesson regarding how many of us can feel insecure about our memories or instincts, when I "double checked" the pronuncation of "Marvell" before coming on the air, I was led to something different than what I thought - which I later discovered had been customized to my locale and was "Americanized".  I had already discovered when hastily cutting and pasting to a blog some days earlier that some of the earlier lines of The Garden also appear in different ways online.  This brings up the question:  How do we know our "sources" are correct?  If something is repeated a particular way, does that necessarily make it true?  It's a rather deep and important question to reflect upon. ~ Susan)

The daily blog referred to during this episode may be referenced from the "Blog" menu option on The Frontier Beyond Fear web site: http://www.frontierbeyondfear.com 

 

 

 

Nature photo by Susan Larison Danz.  Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.

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