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— 9 months ago
poetsorg:

On this day of thanks, we thank you—our readers and poets. Today’s poem: W. S. Merwin’s “Thanks.”"Listenwith the night falling we are saying thank youwe are stopping on the bridges to bow from the railingswe are running out of the glass roomswith our mouths full of food to look at the skyand say thank you”Subscribe to Poem-A-Day and get a new, unpublished poem delivered to your inbox five days a week.

poetsorg:

On this day of thanks, we thank you—our readers and poets. 

Today’s poem: W. S. Merwin’s “Thanks.”


"Listen
with the night falling we are saying thank you
we are stopping on the bridges to bow from the railings
we are running out of the glass rooms
with our mouths full of food to look at the sky
and say thank you”


Subscribe to Poem-A-Day and get a new, unpublished poem delivered to your inbox five days a week.

— 10 months ago with 95 notes
artgalleryofontario:

Inside a Forest II, 1929 - 1930Emily Carr, Canadian, 1871 - 1945Oil on canvasOverall: 109.9 x 69.8 cmOutside frame dimensions : 49 1/4 x 34 x 2 1/2 inchesBequest of Charles S. Band, 1970© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

artgalleryofontario:

Inside a Forest II, 1929 - 1930
Emily Carr, Canadian, 1871 - 1945
Oil on canvas
Overall: 109.9 x 69.8 cm
Outside frame dimensions : 49 1/4 x 34 x 2 1/2 inches
Bequest of Charles S. Band, 1970
© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

— 1 year ago with 38 notes
artgalleryofontario:

The Beach, St. Malo, c. 1900James Wilson Morrice Canadian, 1865 - 1924Oil on canvas38.5 x 55.5 cmBequest of David R. Morrice, Montreal, 1981© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

artgalleryofontario:

The Beach, St. Malo, c. 1900
James Wilson Morrice Canadian, 1865 - 1924
Oil on canvas
38.5 x 55.5 cm
Bequest of David R. Morrice, Montreal, 1981
© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario

— 1 year ago with 12 notes
geologise:

Landscapes of Denali. by Joe Dsilva on Flickr

geologise:

Landscapes of Denali. by Joe Dsilva on Flickr

— 1 year ago with 213 notes
Ohhh winter, you are coming aren’t you? Looks peaceful, but reality not so much.

artgalleryofontario:

Levis from Quebec, 1906Maurice Cullen, Canadian, 1866 - 1934Oil on canvas, Overall: 76.7 x 102.2 cm,Gift from the Albert H. Robson Memorial Subscription Fund, 19462012 Art Gallery of Ontario

Ohhh winter, you are coming aren’t you? Looks peaceful, but reality not so much.

artgalleryofontario:

Levis from Quebec, 1906
Maurice Cullen, Canadian, 1866 - 1934
Oil on canvas, Overall: 76.7 x 102.2 cm,
Gift from the Albert H. Robson Memorial Subscription Fund, 1946
2012 Art Gallery of Ontario

— 1 year ago with 15 notes

squaredproduce:

Spanish artists Luzinterruptus seized the Square with their illuminated book installation for The Light in Winter 2012. Read about their time in Melbourne at luzinterruptus.com

— 2 years ago with 2594 notes