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Visit some reviews for Antonia of Venice, such as: I’ve never read a book that was so engaging and moving. It actually took me a long time to read because I kept googling art, music and musicians as I read to find out more about them and to see art that I probably saw in Paris that I didn’t understand until I read this book. Also I didn’t want it to end. I am learning violin 8 months) and can see that the violin is truly a magical and spiritual instrument. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful story. I feel richer in art and music now because of your book. ANTONIA amazon.com reviews

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    • She left the web, she left the loom, She made three paces through the room, She saw the water-lily bloom, She saw the helmet and the plume, She look'd down to Camelot. Out flew the web and floated wide; The mirror crack'd from side to ...

      she saw the waterlily bloom

    • "What's out there, Auntie? What's beyond the line where Lake Huron meets the sky?" "Oh that's the United States; but it's a hundred miles away. Be happy you live on this side of Lake Huron, dearheart." "Why, Auntie?" "Because we live on ...

      what’s out there?

    • another reason why I love my neighbourhood... some places are spiffy, right down to the planters and the cars! Liverpool Street, downtown Guelph, Ontario

      downtown Guelph – Liverpool Street

    • Visit some reviews for Antonia of Venice, such as: I’ve never read a book that was so engaging and moving. It actually took me a long time to read because I kept googling art, music and musicians as I read to find out more about them and to see ...

      reviews

    • Some words are not for poetry - III (September 19, 2009) Onomatopoetically sung song spun beauty as gossamer thread glistening I slide down dew-laced air always listening to words tinged with heaven’s grace, but strung strong Love ...

      assembling a poetry book

    • a child’s garden is filled with presences we have lost in our great maturity and undying devotion to science. ours is the faulty position, also known as the sophisticated, know-it-all perspective. a child’s garden is ruled by the ...

      the garden-keeper

    • Everywhere and, before the world was finally laicized, at all times, trees have been worshiped. It is not to be wondered at. The tree is an intrinsically “numinous” being. Solidified, a great fountain of life rises in the trunk, spreads in the ...

      the numinous being

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