Read this commentary on the stanza from "The Lake Isle of Innisfree" carved on the entrance sign to Linnet’s Wings on the H. E. Butt Foundation Camp property.
These three couplets from William Blake are etched into four places around the Foundation’s property: twice in the Canyon and twice in the Kerrville offices.
A reflection by Joyce Kilmer's poem, "Love's Lantern," and how our own lanterns can guide us.
American poet Edwin Markham writes, "Love and I had the wit to win..."
A poem by Arthur Hugh Clough.
A poem by Frederick Goddard Tuckerman (1821-1873) from Sonnets, First Series, VI.
Echoes Issue 9 features an excerpt from the poem Summer Images by John Clare (1793-1864).