Poetry

…To live and die by the sword

 

“Poetry can be more eloquent than the most eloquent sermons, and it becomes
a weapon more formidable than the sharpest of swords; whenever such a poem
–which finds its correct tune and conveys the excitement of the heart–rings out,
all the miserable, heaped drifts of words fly for shelter and bury themselves in ashamed
silence. Whenever such a sword of poetry is drawn from its scabbard, all the false princes
of words, who have set their thrones on a void, are thwarted and retreat into seclusion.”
― M. Fethullah Gülen

 

Composition by:
Kay Lynn Gabaldon

Assassin II
By Abel Tonkens

Assassin II By Abel Tonkens

Assassin II
By Abel Tonkens

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