"Marriage based on love was a new experience in the Georgian era (1714-1830). Prior to this period marriages of the landed gentry were familial contractual arrangements."
"Will selfishness and self-protection take over again, or are we ready to move towards a different and better world?"
For the feast of Pentecost, the poet writes of the dancing at the Pentecostal Pary.
"This is our poverty but also our grandeur: to plead for the consolation of God, who in his tenderness comes to wipe the tears from our eyes."