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Anima Poetae

March 18, 2010

To compliment the former post Coleridge offers this insightful reflection in his Anima Poetae:

The immoveableness of all things through which so many men were moving–a harsh contrast compared with the universal motion, the harmonious system of motions in the country, and everywhere in Nature.  In the dim light London appeared to be a huge place of sepulchres through which hosts of spirits were gliding.


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