"I'd like to go by climbing a birch tree, and climb black branches up a snow-white trunk toward heaven."
Robert Frost was the first Poet Laureate of Vermont and winner of four Pulitzer
Prizes. He lived in both Shaftsbury and Ripton, Vermont. He died in 1963.
"I lie so still that the earth around me/ Shakes with the weight of day."
Ruth Stone (2015-2011) was the sixth Poet Laureate of Vermont. She received the
National Book Award in 2002 and a Whitng Award in 1986. Her house has become
an historical landmark in Goshen, Vermont and is now being turned into a writers
and artists retreat under the auspices of the Ruth Stone Foundation.
"The love of form is a love of endings."
Louise Gluck was the second Poet Laureate of Vermont and 12th U.S. Poet. She is the
winner of Bollingen Prize from Yale University, the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book
Award, and National Book Critics Circle Award.
"Bless this time it takes to bless./ Bless this rail across the earth/ Bless this train that passes by."
Chard deNiord was the eighth Poet Laureate of Vermont. He is the author of six
books of poetry and two books of interviews with American poets. His poems have
appeared in Best American Poetry, the Pushcart Prize and numerous eminent literary
journals. He co-founded the New England College MFA Program and has taught at
Providence College since 1998. He lives in Westminster West, Vermont.
Montpelier, Winooski and North Branch Rivers, You are here!
Clothes Pin. No. 365,755. Patented June 28, 1887. UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE - SOLON E. MOORE OF SWANTON, VERMONT.
Albert Einstein’s Equation for Theory of General Relativity, 1905. The essence of Special Relativity is that all the inertial observers must agree on the speed of light “in a vacuum." The wavelength and frequency of [x] are Lorentz covariant, meaning that they change for different observers according to some fixed mathematical prescription depending on its tensorial character (scalar, vector, tens
Mayan Glyphs: Sky, Tuka (cloth), Sun, Throne, Sacrifice, Blood, Mouth, Now, Offering, To sing, Day, Rain, To lose, To appear, Mountain, Shaman.
Pi calculated to 14 decimal points.