But they seem to help me most when they are most fugitive
and fragmentary—rising and bursting like bubbles in champagne or
wheeling like rooks in a windy sky: contradicting one another (in logic) as the
crowded metaphors of a swift poet may do.
Fix on any one, and it goes dead.
You must do as Blake would do with a joy; kiss it as it flies...."
Good photo to go with C.S. Lewis' quote, Cyndy! :) L.ReplyDelete
Thanks! And if you want to read more of the context, the free public domain e-book is available in different formats, via the text link in the book title - so handy!ReplyDelete