Thursday, June 18, 2009

Open Book: Robin Hood, By Edith Heal

Open Book: Painting a smile with words. I thought these two quotes poetically and both sweetly and beautifully told a view upon death and how some take it.

Title: Robin Hood
Author: Edith Heal
"True, thy death would be no more than another dried and fading leaf drifting from the tree, and Sherwood forest would look no different to the outward eye, But sad indeed would be the men in Lincoln green who look to thee to lead them through a long life of joy and comradery."

Page: 71

"Death is but a quick sharp pain and the end of singing birds and green trees."

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