"So when at times the mob is swayed
To carry praise or blame too far,
We may choose something like a star
To stay our minds on and be staid."
- "Choose Something Like a Star," Robert Frost
The story goes that in the poem "Choose Something Like a Star," Robert Frost wasn't talking about a literal star, but a *literary* star: T.S. Eliot, who was very creative and very learned and could make obscure or erudite references. So Frost was telling him, Hey, that's good, but you need to learn to learn to speak clearly, too.
I'm obviously not a T.S. Eliot, but I think it's sage advice. I want to speak clearly, too.
"Who is she that cometh forth as morning rising, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, terrible as an army set in array?" (Song of Solomon 6:10)
Jesus, Mary, I love thee! Amen.
E, also known as bishop-myriel43 on DeviantArt. Writer sometimes, but only sometimes. Okay person most of the time Practicing Catholic who needs more practice.
So enough about me, what about you? Tell me about yourself!
O Jesus! O Mary! I love Thee. Save souls.