Memory Verse Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Memory Verse Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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And you, my friends who have been called away,
I have been spared to mourn for you and weep,
not as a frozen willow over your memory,
but to cry to the world the names of those who sleep.
What names are those!
I slam shut the calendar,
down on your knees, all!
Blood of my heart,
the people of Leningrad march out in even rows,
the living, the dead: fame can't tell them apart.
Anna Akhmatova Memory Verse Sayings By Anna Akhmatova: And you, my friends who have been called away,I have been spared to mourn for
Mr Earbrass was virtually asleep when several lines of verse passed through his mind and left it hopelessly awake. Here was the perfect epigraph for TUH:
A horrid ?monster has been [something] delay'd
By your/their indiff'rence in the dank brown shade
Below the garden ...
His mind's eye sees them quoted on the bottom third of a right-hand page in a (possibly) olive-bound book he read at least five years ago. When he does find them, it will be a great nuisance if no clue is given to their authorship.
Edward Gorey Memory Verse Sayings By Edward Gorey: Mr Earbrass was virtually asleep when several lines of verse passed through his mind and
The voice is raised, and that is where poetry begins. And even today, in the prolonged aftermath of modernism, in places where 'open form' or free verse is the orthodoxy, you will find a memory of that raising of the voice in the term 'heightened speech.'James Fenton Memory Verse Sayings By James Fenton: The voice is raised, and that is where poetry begins. And even today, in the
In the camp, this meant committing my verse-many thousands of lines-to memory. To help me with this I improvised decimal counting beads and, in transit prisons, broke up matchsticks and used the fragments as tallies. As I approached the end of my sentences I grew more confident of my powers of memory, and began writing down and memorizing prose-dialogue at first, but then, bit by bit, whole densely written passages. My memory found room for them! It worked. But more and more of my time-in the end as much as one week every month-went into the regular repetition of all I had memorized.Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Memory Verse Sayings By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: In the camp, this meant committing my verse-many thousands of lines-to memory. To help me