Excerpt from Marmion on Rainbows by Sir Walter Scott

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Re: Excerpt from Marmion on Rainbows by Sir Walter Scott

Post by yogitranscend » 30 Sep 2014, 12:11

Hi everyone! I am new to this forum! I read Sir Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake as a teen because I LOVE Arthurian legend! I would LOVE to read more of Scott's work! Any suggestions?! Thanks :D

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Post by teacher_jane1 » 21 Apr 2015, 19:55

The English Lady and Her Knight is so beautiful! I haven't listened to that piece, but will. Thanks for the pointer!

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Post by Tbunde5 » 22 Apr 2018, 11:43

Only a poet could join earth and heaven in such a beautiful way. The Rainbow is indeed the perfect example of color outside our reach. If you've ever tried to paint one, you know how impossible it is to get just right. And so, indeed we must paint with the brush of heaven.

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