"과학문화교육"

2013-05-15 (Vol 10, No 5)

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Motion in Words

(Not only scientist is interested in motion. This article comments briefly on references to motion in poetry.)

There came a wind like a bugle:
It quivered through the grass,
and a green chill upon the heat
so ominous did pass.
-Emily Dickinson

The western tide crept up along the sand,
and o'er and o'er the sand,
and round and round the sand,
as far as the eye could see.
-Charles Kingsley, The Sands of Dee

I saw ... all suddenly mount
and scatter wheeling in great broken rings
upon their clamorous wings.
-W. B. Yeats, The Wild Swans at coole

Lightly stepped a yellow star to its lofty place
-Emily Dickinson

She walks the water like a thing of life
-Byron, The Corsair

A ball will bounce, but less and less.
It's not a light-hearted thing,
resents its own resilience.
Falling is what it loves, ...
-Richard Wilbur, Juggler

The earth revolves with me, yet makes no motion.
The stars pale silently in a coral sky.
In a whistling void I stand before my mirror unconcerned, and tie my tie.
-Conrd Aiken, Morning Song of Senlin

Projct Physics Course - Reader 1 - Concepts of Motion, p.

James B. Gerhart anmd Rudi H. Nussbaum

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