Monday, 9 March 2015
THE WOODS ARE DARK AND TERRIBLE
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"The woods are dark and terrible,
And must be entered by crossing a stream.
There the coward withers, the faint-heart retreats.
For it is there that the Childe Rowland must blow the snail horn,
And face the enemy whom no man can ever unhorse."
An excerpt from a letter by Robert Cochrane to Bill Gray, the former alluding to the poetry of Robert Browning.