Tag Archives: Lyric

Bardic Study – Waltz of the New Moon… Stuart France

* Another one of Robin’s early efforts. When invoking the  Bardic Spirit  there  are not  too many candidates around, unfortunately… For a spell this was my all time favourite song ever, if only for its helter skelter whirl of minor … Continue reading

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Bardic Study – The Iron Stone… Stuart France

* Another early song from Robin Williamson. Not too much to interpret, perhaps, in this weeks offering. Just a straight forward description of the finding of a stone, which we are bound to assume is the account of a true … Continue reading

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Bardic Study – The Eyes of Fate… Stuart France

* ‘Oh, who can see in the eyes of fate, All life alone in its chronic patterns? Oh, swan, let me fly you To the land of no winds blowing. I know nothing, and know that I know nothing; All … Continue reading

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Gift of a gospel… Stuart France

* ‘I stand up next to a mountain and I chop it down with the edge of my hand…’ – Voodoo Chile. * I. ‘WHO SCARED YOU?…’ I saw the snout first and thought it was a snake. But snakes … Continue reading

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Seeing the Unseen… Stuart France

* “There is a distinction between images seen in the ‘memory of nature’, and the vision of actual beings now existent in the inner world. Just as one may close one’s eyes and see a vivid picture memory in the … Continue reading

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‘Hear and bow’… Stuart France

* ‘This world is not a goods depot.’ * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Something fishy… Stuart France

* Vesica, vesica Inscribed-on-the-land Colour-it-fair or Colour-it-bland… Count Jack Black Reblogged from Stuart France

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Being European…Stuart France

* Is it civilisation, this trajectory we have embarked upon? It may once have been regarded thus. Humanisation? Probably never. Progress? In some things, perhaps, but not in others… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Ear-Wig II … Stuart France

* … “But let us suppose a stateman were to put his nation in the position of having to pursue ‘grand politics’ though it were ill equipped to do so.” * “Or worse, suppose he forced his nation to politicise … Continue reading

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Ear-Wig … Stuart France

* “He understands about as much philosophy as a pheasant!” * “He is, then, an innocent.” * “But it is all one in this age of the masses.” * “They prostrate themselves before anything, well, massive.” * Continue reading at … Continue reading

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