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|Finding Intelligent Life on Earth-Right Under Our Noses Kirsten Hartley. Bulkeley, |
Hunt, Willard, Hosmer, Meriam, Flint Possess the land which rendered to their toil
Hay, corn, roots, hemp, flax, apples, wool, and wood. Each of these landlords ...
Andrew Maxwell Hislop - 1998 - No preview
|Among other things he tells Maitreya of a chant of the Earth, who said, " When I |
hear a king sending word to another by his ... Again, the Purana says, "Earth
laughs, as if smiling with autumnal flowers, to behold her kings unable to effect
|The men did not have a spiritual or Transcendental relationship to nature, but in |
fact a very real physical relationship through their own mortality and burial: “Earth
laughs in flowers, to see her boastful boys / Earth-proud, proud of the earth ...
|Subdued the growth of earth to grass, And brought our various lives to pass. ... |
Earth laughs in flowers, to see her boastful boys Earth-proud, proud of the earth
which is not theirs; Who steer the plough, but cannot steer their feet Clear of the ...
|Earth laughs, as if smiling with autumnal flowers to behold her kings unable to |
effect the subjugation of themselves." Emerson's poem "Hamatreya" echoes this
theme (which he had broached ten years earlier in Nature) of human
|Pure, undiluted, untouched joy. — ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH Flowers are |
love's truest language. — PARK BENJAMIN The earth laughs in flowers. —
RALPH WALDO EMERSON Summer flowers not yet born promise to paint this
|(Emerson, in Ellmann 51–52) The poet does not find consolation in the earth's |
song but rather humility and even fear. Upon hearing the song ... earth “laughs in
flowers” at the New England farmers' pretentious claims of ownership. The ubi