‘Château de Chillon’ by Beau Ecs Wilder The Society October 31, 2013 Art, Beauty, Poetry 4 Comments “a maudlin gloom closes in…” —Jim Dunlap Delapidated walls, rough, off-white, pale tan, sheer, rise at the edge of Lake Geneva from an isle. Upon the surface of the waters one can see them faintly. Over dark black roofs, more than a mile beyond, the rugged, snow-topped butte of nature sits and whiles eternity away without a smile at Switzerland’s most visited historic pit. Here Daisy Miller paused, where sails glide below rock hills. It captured Jean Courbet the realist, and was by Byron touched. Here Bonivard bent low six long years in the damp vault’s dayless answering, freed only when the Bernese force arrived at Vaud. Featured Image: “Château de Chillon, 1875,” by Gustave Courbet Related Post ‘Darkness’ and Other Poetry by Christine Lawson Darkness No longer did they see the need For things called books they used to read. Music—no longer symphonies, But simple tunes composed with e... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 4 Responses raspberry ketone lean September 5, 2014 Attractive portion of content. I simply stumbled upon your weblog and in accession capital to assert that I get in fact enjoyed account your blog posts. Anyway I will be subscribing on your augment or even I success you access constantly rapidly. Reply partouze Hardcore September 26, 2014 Je ѵazis terminer de lirе tout сela ce soir Reply salope clitoridienne October 15, 2014 Je рeux dire que c’estéternellement un plaisir de visiter votre site internet Reply monsieur glisse January 4, 2015 of course like your web-site but you have to check the spelling on several of your posts. Many of them are rife with spelling issues and I find it very bothersome to inform the truth nevertheless I’ll certainly come again again. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.