2013-05-15 (Vol 10, No 5)
외국 과학문화교육의 면모
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.
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
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