To a Fish You strange, astonished-looking, angle-faced, Dreary-mouthed, gaping wretches of the sea, Gulping salt-water everlastingly,Cold-blooded, though with red your blood be graced,And mute, though dwellers in
Themistocles, when Simonides said that he would teach him mnemonics, or the art of improving one’s memory, replied that he would rather learn the art of forgetfulness: Memory, and thou, Forgetfulness, all hail!Each in her province greatly may avail.Memory, of all things good remind us still:Forgetfulness, obliterate all that’s ill. This was
Li Po wrote the following verse after his banishment from the Chinese Capital in 757: Homeless, exiled, I climb Sin-Ping tower.It is late on in
“Let me make it clear to youThis is what we’ll never do.” It really doesn’t matter if you don’t know how to spell:You’ll find that
A collection of thoughts and reflections about circles.