The Silent River

Picture of a river on Titan (one of Saturn's moons).  "The Silent River" title comes from Robert Sullivan's 1824 dramatic poem of the same name.  The poem fragments come from the poem "Winter in Six Sonnets" by Delta, published in the journal "Time's Telescope" in January 1828.

Picture of a river on Titan (one of Saturn’s moons). Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASI.  “The Silent River” title comes from Robert Sullivan’s 1824 dramatic poem of the same name. The poem fragments come from the poem “Winter in Six Sonnets” by Delta, published in the journal “Time’s Telescope” in January 1828.

3 comments
  1. I’m convinced you’ll never stop impressing me with these. Very jealous of your mad skills.

    • Feeling’s mutual! Every time I read one of your poems, you present an analogy or use a word in an unusual way and I think “why didn’t I think of that?” Best wishes on your writing in 2013.

      • Aw, thank you! That means a lot 🙂 And of course, best writing wishes to you this year as well! Let’s make it the best yet!

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