The veteran historian, a retired professor of the University of Karachi, scrutinises Western (William Stafford
Metz, Hector Bolitho, David Taylor and others) and Indian (Arun Shourie, Kailash Chandra, B.R.
Viewer Laura asked on Twitter: "Did anyone else get lost in the supermarket with Kate or was it just me?" Daniel Joseph branded it "utter garbage" and William Stafford
called it the "worst episode of Sherlock ever".
Starck wrote "Studying Russian on Company Time." He has received both the William Stafford
memorial Poetry Award and the Oregon Book Award in poetry for his collection, "Journeyman's Wages." There also will be an open mic.
During his lifetime and beyond, the poet William Stafford
was known for a commitment to peace and nonviolence, an early morning writing practice that gave birth to more than fifteen volumes of poetry, and teaching methods that included listening and assigning neither praise nor blame to his students' work.
In this way, this collection may resemble those of William Stafford
in their unevenness; however, as with Stafford, we soon realize we must have it all to have the whole man, and such passages are always redeemed by an eloquence and quiet grace just a few lines later: "There is a day / when the road neither / comes nor goes, and the way / is not a way, but a place."
Young has received both Chaffin and William Stafford
awards for his poetry, two Pushcart nominations, and a fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
We know Mary was the King's mistress and we know she married Sir William Carey in 1520, and Sir William Stafford
, secretly and impulsively, in 1534.
has been the president of the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle for the past 20 years.
THE poem "Ask Me" by William Stafford
has the phrase, "Ask me whether what I have done is my life."
The Phil, in glorified chamber orchestra formation, delivered a sunny, heart-felt performance, generating a terrific sound and tempo through the musical ebb and flow of the powerful opening movement, and, in contrast, lovely tenderness through the following Andante and the gentle third movement, which featured a winding, weaving clarinet solo from William Stafford
was grateful for help with his mortgage.
I have written about the matter of conscientious objection in the past, but this poem, written only a couple of years ago, probably arose out of my work in the William Stafford
Archives in Portland, Oregon.