Birds, Beasts and the Third Thing by D.H. Lawrence
Opposed to modern society with its technology and its greed, he praised the "Delight of Being Alone." Writing of flowers, or of the "Humming-Bird," he recorded his identification with the natural world and his moral judgement on contemporary human society. He loved solitude and used it as a place of vantage: "I like people quite well/ at a little distance.../ especially if I see their aloneness alive in them." In his own "aloneness" he preserved throughout his life a child's sudden vistas of revelation. He saw in "The White Horse" a vision forever lucid and shining.
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