April 15, 2004

On the Road

Travel through next Tuesday--limited to no blogging until evening of 20th.

Reaction to the Bush-Sharon meeting will have to wait until then.

As I'm heading to sunny climes far from London, this little Ezra Pound poem, entitled "Aux Belles de Londres" sprung to mind:

"I am aweary with the utter and beautiful weariness
And with the ultimate wisdom and with things terrene,
I am aweary with your smiles and your laughter,
And the sun and the winds again
Reclaim their booty and the heart o' me."

Or, er, something like that.

Back soon.

Posted by Gregory at April 15, 2004 11:11 AM
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