|Core: noun, the most important part of a thing, the essence; from the Latin cor, meaning heart.|
|Volume 1.6||This Views Poetry||March 18, 2002|
|A Boundless Moment|
He halted in the wind, and what was that
Oh, thats the Paradise-in-Bloom, I said;
We stood a moment so, in a strange world,
|Robert Frost (1874-1963)|
|Poetry pp. 233f|
Tossing his mane of snows in wildest eddies and tangles,
But in my heart I feel the life of the wood and the meadow
Nay, to earths life in mine some prescience, or
dream, or desire
|William Dean Howells (1837-1920)|
|Oxford Book of English Verse (1900) # 812|
|From the Silence of Time, Times Silence borrow.
In the heart of To-day is the word of To-morrow.
The Builders of Joy are the Children of Sorrow.
|William Sharp (1856-1902)|
|Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse p. 400|
|The View from the Core, and all original material, © E. L. Core 2002. All rights reserved.|
|Cor ad cor loquitur J. H. Newman Heart speaks to heart|