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poemtoday: Ultimate Reality A young man said to me: I am interested in the problem of Reality. I said: Really! Then I saw him turn to glance, surreptitiously, in the big mirror, at his own fascinating shadow. D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930)

Tate: 'Merry-Go-Round' is considered to be an outstanding contribution to British modernism by Mark Gertler, described by D.H. Lawrence as 'the best modern picture [he has] seen'. Discover the story behind the work:

generesearcher: Lillian Lenton fled to the Lake District to avoid being taken back to prison. She met D H Lawrence who Lillian later commented was only interested in one thing.

muwo: ours is essentially a tragic age, so we refuse to take it tragically ~ D.H. Lawrence

lumin_vulpes: Said D. H. Lawrence: When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder that such trivial people should muse and thunder in such lovely language.

GSWSyndicate: One�s action ought to come out of an achieved stillness: not to be a mere rushing on. ~D.H. Lawrence

MrGradgrind: This poem from D.H. Lawrence seems particularly poignant right now...

BhToledo: The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread. D. H. Lawrence

of_clovis: "The home of the soul is the open road." - D.H. Lawrence

SunBreak: 5 of 5 stars to Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence

FingerWonky: How fragile is a man who needs constant love and admiration? "I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop, frozen, from a wire without ever having felt sorry for itself." D.H. Lawrence

InspiringsQuote: "The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread." - D.H. Lawrence

lumin_vulpes: Said D. H. Lawrence: When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder that such trivial people should muse and thunder in such lovely language.

JohnEWilk: and for Susan Watson's fine voicing of Miriam from D H Lawrence's Sons and Lovers in her 'Miriam Leivers reads Middlemarch' - It's a great device to explore what Miriam might have said for herself, and a finely-crafted poem whose length doesn't daunt but leads the reader on...

AngeliqueEddins: "I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself." — D. H. Lawrence

StarliteDirect: “We ought to dance with rapture that we might be alive… and part of the living, incarnate cosmos” - D.H. Lawrence

vgnvox: In every living thing there is the desire for love. -D H Lawrence

DOttogross: Gross Cast. Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland. The Mount of Truth. The commune coming together of Europe's counter culture. Th arts, anarchy, philosophy, psychology, occult, orgies and. More. Otto Gross, Carl jung, Franz Kafka, D. H. Lawrence, Mary Wigman.

giancarlojosesu: The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread. D. H. Lawrence

TedwardWang: the greatest sentence d.h. lawrence ever wrote

PinoyChapter: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

sandraaceng: A writer shades their sickness on paper ~D. H Lawrence

lisalisa2123: Afternoon in School - The Last Lesson - a poem by D.H.Lawrence

SuccessInsiderr: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

TeamBwF: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

alexandraiffy: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

1brianCoach: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

free_oscillator: Louis L'Amour 4 days after D-Day, sitting at a USO theater in western France watching Tom & Jerry, Voltaire and D.H. Lawrence in his Army overcoat pockets, mentally composing a sonnet

my2fish: “Beautifully the sailing ship nodalizes the forces of sea and wind, converting them to their purpose. There is no violation... only a winged centrality. It is the perfect equipoise between them and us, which gives us a great part of our life-joy.” - D.H. Lawrence

thequote: The living moment is everything. - D. H. Lawrence

UthmanFuntua: A woman has to live her life, or live to repent not having lived it. D.H. Lawrence

historyinmoment: The world fears a new experience more than it fears anything. Because a new experience displaces so many old experiences. - D.H. Lawrence

schneiderperry1: “I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself.” D.H Lawrence

NewRightAmerica: This is what I believe: “That my soul is a dark forest.” “That my known self will never be more than a little clearing in the forest.” “That gods, strange gods, come forth from the forest into the clearing of my known self, and then go back.” --D. H. Lawrence

SeamusOrrLuaise: "Cool, unlying life will rush in, and passion will make our bodies taut with power, we shall stamp our feet with new power and old things will fall down, we shall laugh, and institutions will curl up like burnt paper." D. H. Lawrence

erikgullberg: "Oates has wanted to do away with customary modes of reference and description, to be free to write in a way “quite…"

ParkerFairleigh: It's bad taste to be wise all the time, like being at a perpetual funeral. D H Lawrence img: The Laughing Fool, van Oostsanen

cemtekgul: Erik Enocksson - The Joy of D.H. Lawrence

emsim: Medical cannabis in the UK: From principle to practice - Anne Katrin Schlag, David S Baldwin, Michael Barnes, Steve Bazire, Rachel Coathup, H Valerie Curran, Rupert McShane, Lawrence D Phillips, Ilina Singh, David J Nutt,

HokutoAndy: "Secrets of Dark Souls Lore With D.H. Lawrence"

zainaconda: "Can you never like things without clutching them as if you wanted to pull the heart out of them?" ~D.H. Lawrence Sons and Lovers

zainaconda: "Nobody knows you. You don't know yourself. And I, who am half in love with you, What am I in love with? My own imaginings?" ~D.H. Lawrence The Complete Poems

bethlovesbolly: (I heard this line in the audiobook of Square Haunting, which looks at five women writers who lived at Mecklenburg Square. I think I may have misunderstood and D. H. Lawrence or another Imagist or Bloomsbury friend wrote it about a fictionalized version of H. D.?)

lumin_vulpes: Said D. H. Lawrence: When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder that such trivial people should muse and thunder in such lovely language.

SBarrBrisebois: Happy Birthday to Ken Russell, Incredible figure behind classics like his BBC biopics Elgar & The Debussy Films, & films like Music Lovers, Crimes of Passion, the Devils & his "D H Lawrence" trilogy which includes Women in Love, the Rainbow, & Lady Chatterley.

JupiterSpurlock: Alan Bates as Rupert Birkin in Ken Russell's "Women in Love" (1969). Adapted for the screen by Larry Kramer from the novel by D.H. Lawrence.

InspiringsQuote: "The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread." - D.H. Lawrence

GSWSyndicate: One�s action ought to come out of an achieved stillness: not to be a mere rushing on. ~D.H. Lawrence

apho66: From Bibliophilia: 100 Literary Postcards Published by Potter Style D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love, 1920

LewisBuxton93: This is your yearly reminder that for some unknown reason the Wordsworth edition of 'Sons and Lovers' by D.H Lawrence has a portrait of me aged 19 on the front cover.

bnk2nde: Women in love by D.H Lawrence is another book that change my perception about 'Loving', I love for my own selfishness, i love because i enjoy loving you not because i want you to love me back...it would be great if you do but when you dont do, i will keep on till I'm tired.

haugenbraum: When I was young, EVERYBODY under the age of thirty read Hesse but I never hear his name even mentioned nowadays (similar to D.H. Lawrence).

RomantikKurbaa: Based on D.H. Lawrence's novel: Women in Love (1969) Dir: Ken Russell

jumjum: “The essential American soul is hard, isolate, stoic, and a killer. It has never yet melted.” ~ D. H. Lawrence

MyOwh: We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.— D.H. Lawrence,

bewildertheatre: So now it is vain for the singer to burst into clamour With the great black piano appassionato. The glamour Of childish days is upon me, my manhood is cast Down in the flood of remembrance, I weep like a child for the past Piano D. H. Lawrence tuning my black Scholze piano 1925

JoyceCarolOates: "is an elephant less subtle than a mouse?"-- (D.H. Lawrence)

ToastyCritic: How I love all of you! Do you feel me wrap you Up with myself and my warmth, like a flame round the wick?... ~D.H. Lawrence

ToastyCritic: I lift to you My bowl of kisses, And through the temple’s Blue recesses Cry out to you In wild caresses.... ~D.H. Lawrence

AaronAyersJr: I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H. Lawrence

futuredaze_blog: THE INHERITANCE BY D.H.LAWRENCE

poetryireland: Rachael Hegarty reads D.H. Lawrence's poem 'Baby Movements II - Trailing Clouds' for the Behind the Lines series. Rachael says what she particularly loves about the poem is its form - the poet is using form to follow function in a clever way.

SoYouWantToWrit: "To be alive, to be man alive, to be whole man alive: that is the point. At its best, the novel, and the novel supremely, can help you. It can help you not to be dead man in life." —D.H. Lawrence

QuoteslivelifeC: “Life is traveling to the edge of knowledge, then a leap is taken.” - D. H. Lawrence

mooca_nina: We are dying, we are dying, so all we can do is now to be willing to die, and to build the ship of death to carry the soul on the longest journey. The ship of death D. H. Lawrence

timespanner: D.H. Lawrence is chairing a discussion on the role of the housekeeper somewhere I don't want to be

bewildertheatre: So now it is vain for the singer to burst into clamour With the great black piano appassionato. The glamour Of childish days is upon me, my manhood is cast Down in the flood of remembrance, I weep like a child for the past Piano D. H. Lawrence tuning my black Scholze piano 1925

stilllme: “For the living of my full flame—I want that liberty, I want that woman, I want that pound of peaches, I want to go to sleep, I want to go to the pub and have a good time, I want to look a beastly swell today, I want to kiss that girl, I want to insult that man.” D. H. Lawrence

ourgreymouth: "Life is ours to be spent, not to be saved." D H Lawrence

GermanSRKian: Maya Memsaab is perhaps the most European movie I have ever seen SRK be part of. Inspired by Lady Chatterley’s Lover (D. H. Lawrence), this Film features an art direction that was en vogue mainly in France of the 60s and 70s. To honor this film, here is a small clip from it: ❤️

SebDurant_: That I must have the courage to let them come and go. That I will never let mankind put anything over me, but that I will try always to recognize and submit to the gods in me and the gods in other men and women. There is my creed.” - D. H. Lawrence

SebDurant_: “When I hear modern people complain of being lonely then I know what has happened. They have lost the cosmos.” - D. H. Lawrence

GregCameron2: Ezra Pound did not really think of D.H. Lawrence and Amy Lowell as Imagists.

lumin_vulpes: Said D. H. Lawrence: When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder that such trivial people should muse and thunder in such lovely language.

vanya42st: I discovered D. H. Lawrence’s poem “Nemesis” in Joyce Carol Oates’ “unruly” but scalpel sharp essay on DHL poems, “The Hostile Sun.” The poem is a perfect fit for my dark moodiness about America. “the sky-blue walls of our unventilated heaven will be bright red with blood.”

CailinCeltic: I feel the silence waiting To take them all up again In its vast completeness,enfolding The sound of men. Silence - D.H.Lawrence Images -Google PicFinder

FouzanKhulud: Perhaps I was the only person in the world with whom she felt, in her uneasy self, at home, at peace. And to me she was always of my own instinct sort, of my own species. Most people are just another species to me. — D. H. Lawrence, from The Complete Short Stories “Glad Ghosts”

lisalisa2123: Afternoon in School - The Last Lesson - a poem by D.H.Lawrence

memofwd: The only justice is to follow the sincere intuition of the soul, angry or gentle. Anger is just, and pity is just, but judgement is never just. D. H. Lawrence - david11219

ChesapeakeHub: All vital truth contains the memory of all that for which it is not true. – D H Lawrence

InspiringsQuote: "The human soul needs actual beauty more than bread." - D.H. Lawrence

CorpusChristihu: Let perseverance be your engine and hope your fuel. – D. H. Lawrence

MithiVita: Medical cannabis in the UK: From principle to practice - Anne Katrin Schlag, David S Baldwin, Michael Barnes, Steve Bazire, Rachel Coathup, H Valerie Curran, Rupert McShane, Lawrence D Phillips, Ilina Singh, David J Nutt,

ardentsaviorops: This D.H. Lawrence work was not published in full in England until Penguin books did it in 1960 8286ac0e471bc959

scarthinbooks: We've just caught another episode of 'Books that made Britain' on BBC4. Last week dealt with Cornwall - including a good account of D H Lawrence's nightmare stay at Zennor during the First World War. Next week 3 books that scandalised the East Midlands.

EalingLibs: Life is ours to be spent, not to be saved. - D. H. Lawrence

PYeerk: My favourite D. H. Lawrence poem

angelina: "Lane was responsible for the decision to publish an unexpurgated edition of D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover as a means of testing the Obscene Publications Act 1959. "

IcedLemonJuice: "We've got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen" -D.H. Lawrence

EalingLibs: Life is ours to be spent, not to be saved. - D. H. Lawrence

Lee_McMillan: I didn't know footage of Bertrand Russell existed. This was a treat. Wish Hemingway, D.H. Lawrence or Orwell had done one of these.

DarkAcademia3: I prefer unlucky things. Luck is vulgar. Who wants what luck would bring? I don’t. D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love

RosieLReader: 'Don't you find it a beautiful clean thought, a world empty of people, just uninterrupted grass, and a hare sitting up?' D H Lawrence Women in Love

BromLibraries: Quote of the day: The novel is the one bright book of life D.H.Lawrence

exitthelemming: 327 Snake by D H Lawrence

GSWSyndicate: One�s action ought to come out of an achieved stillness: not to be a mere rushing on. ~D.H. Lawrence

bnvlnt1: Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot. -D.H. Lawrence

ElizabethMerry1: Yes - loved that one of Hemingway's. Also, The Woman Who Rode Away, by D H Lawrence.

aminahafridi: ‘We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.’ - D.H.Lawrence

Dank_Nihilist: I never saw a wild animal, sorry for itself. ~ D. H. Lawrence



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