Publisher of unusual books, including:
'All and Everything in Diagrams' - a synthesis of Hindu philosophy with the Fourth Way by Mohan Vaishnav;
'Treasured Chests' - beautiful photographs of the female nude by Sharon Gordon matched with poems old and new;
'Heres and Nows – poems from a life' - the lifetime's poetry of the late David Henschel, thoughtful and profound, published in full for the first time.
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
From All strangers who smile
Extract from a poem from Heres and Nows by David Henschel. No commentary necessary.
I know nothing more
Surely of the present
Than a stranger’s
The past stays in
Corner and antechamber
Of the mind
But the smile
From nowhere out of nothing
Flies like that sparrow from dark to dark