"Or I could make a prologue to
my brains..." Act 5:scene 2
means: before I could alert my
It continues to " they had begun the
play. So before you know it , something
begins and you haven't the time to see
it start. You can't even give a prologue
to your mind!
That happens in the rush of days.
Things begin and you've missed the start.
A new blog I discovered as I searched the
web for Tolkien's essay on Fairytales.
I recommend it for word lovers, for those
who love to see in metaphors. It is
The Quotidian Journal by Daniel Haase
who is a professor at Wheaton College.
Samples of haiku and definitions:
Tea leaves steep in hot water.
The prayers have begun.
Then a splash of cream, swirling.
My wife’s greeting kiss
You can vote on your favorite
words on the right side. I got swept into the
world of words and the song of them.