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There Was A Saviour Poem by Dylan Thomas - Poem Hunter

by tadeufilippini
poet Dylan Thomas #25 on top 500 poets Poet's Page Poems Quotes Comments Stats E-Books Biography Videos Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Poems by Dylan Thomas : 85 / 100 « prev. poem next poem » There Was A Saviour - Poem by Dylan Thomas Autoplay next video There was a saviour Rarer than radium, Commoner than water, crueller than truth; Children kept from the sun Assembled at his tongue To hear the golden note turn in a groove, Prisoners of wishes locked their eyes In the jails and studies of his keyless smiles. The voice of children says From a lost wilderness There was calm to be done in his safe unrest, When hindering man hurt Man, animal, or bird We hid our fears in that murdering breath, Silence, silence to do, when earth grew loud, In lairs and asylums of the tremendous shout. There was glory to hear In the churches of his tears, Under his downy arm you sighed as he struck, O you who could not cry On to the ground when a man died Put a tear for joy in the unearthly flood And laid your cheek against a cloud-formed shell: Now in the dark there is only yourself and myself. Two proud, blacked brothers cry, Winter-locked side by side, To this inhospitable hollow year, O we who could not stir One lean sigh when we heard Greed on man beating near and fire neighbour But wailed and nested in the sky-blue wall Now break a giant tear for the little known fall, For the drooping of homes That did not nurse our bones, Brave deaths of only ones but never found, Now see, alone in us, Our own true strangers' dust Ride through the doors of our unentered house. Exiled in us we arouse the soft, Unclenched, armless, silk and rough love that breaks all rocks. Dylan Thomas

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The Digital Stew: Dylan Message

by fabifab (via)
Dylan Message Bob Dylan has a nice site out promoting the ultimate Bob Dylan collection. The coolest part about the site is where you can send you friend a multi part message. Your message replaces the original written copy from the music video of the song Subterranean Homesick Blues. This is a simple yet clever way to send someone a message, I'm sure Bob Dylan heads are sending these non stop. http://www.dylanmessaging.com/home

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Open Dylan Home - for linux and freebsd

by macroron
an advanced, object-oriented, dynamic language. supports multiple inheritance, polymorphism, multiple dispatch, keyword arguments, object introspection, macros, and many other advanced features.

Gwydion Dylan - for linux and freebsd

by macroron
an advanced dynamic object-oriented programming language - carnegie mellon university's gwydion dylan compiler

dylan programming language

by macroron
an object-oriented dynamic programming language. background information on the dylan language along with some tutorials: getting started with dylan - a few things about dylan

the dylan reference manual

by macroron
the definitive guide to the new object-oriented dynamic language

dylan talks - article

by macroron
a short definition of imperative, functional and oop languages with dylan examples

dylan talks - tutorial

by macroron
table of contents - imperative, functional, dynamic, and object-oriented programming. providing many lisp-like features, including multi-methods, hygienic macros, closures and optional dynamic types, with high-performance compiled code.

dylan talks - dylan site

by macroron
imperative, functional, dynamic, and object-oriented programming. providing many lisp-like features, including multi-methods, hygienic macros, closures and optional dynamic types, with high-performance compiled code.

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