Posts Tagged 'T.S. Eliot'

Cryptoquote Solved – 12/28/22

An Hallucinated Man, by Christopher Tayler

Last year’s words belong to last year’s language.  And next year’s words await another voice.”   —   T.S. Eliot

(This one was a little tough to get started, even figuring the D was the S.  Figuring out T.S. Eliot was my big key!  I hope that a saner and calmer voice give us some good words in 2023!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Solved – 04/29/22

Highland Park, Rochester NY - Lilacs by Stacy West

April is the cruellest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire.”   —   T.S. Eliot

(I think that old Thomas Stearns Eliot could’ve benefited from some Prozac, or Zoloft!  LOL!  I think that “The Waste Land” was required reading in high school, but I got by – more or less – by just listening to the class discussion.  I know I didn’t actually read it.  My sub-vocal reading “skills” made me shun certain books.  Not sure why *cruelest* was misspelled, but I do see the quote with both spellings.  Be well and do good, friends.  Enjoy the lilacs!)   —   YUR

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Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/23/19

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In the case of many poets, the most important thing for them to do is to write as little as possible.”   —   T. S. Eliot

(Who better qualified to make such a statement?  I’ve never had the patience for long poems.  I prefer haikus . . . and limericks.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 07/25/13

Drawing of T. S. Eliot by Simon Fieldhouse. De...

Drawing of T. S. Eliot by Simon Fieldhouse. Deutsch: T. S. Eliot, gezeichnet von Simon Fieldhouse. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”   —   T.S. Eliot

(Most of us will never know how far we could have gone.  Mediocrity . . . quiet desperation . . . settling.  That’s more the norm.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 11/16/09

Yes, I suppose some editors are failed writers – but so are most writers.”   — T.S. Eliot

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