Letter to P

August 31, 2009 at 1:40 am | Posted in Others | Leave a comment

P & Yeats

Dear P,

It’s a long time not talk to you. Do you know how happy I was when met you last week in NTNU, Taipei?  It always you give me some effort to keep my orientation(or central voice) going on and on. Trust the susceptibility between us will never decided.  My friend, my teacher forever.

Keep watching and looking at arXiv(http://arxiv.org/) to feel the field, thank you.

Select some words from W. B. Yeat, it maybe some mood:

We were the last romatics-chose for theme
Traditional sanctity and loveliness
Whatever’s written in what poet’s name
The book of the people; whatever most can bless
The mind of man or elevate a rhyme;
But all is changed, that high horse riderless,
Though mounted in that saddle Homer rode
Where the swan drifts upon a darkening flood.

Selectes from<Coole and Ballylee,1931>


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