public

"yet he was honest,—for a miller."

What makes you write today? Wrong turns, bad moves or a desire to learn? planksip® is an organic platform for authors and academics. Welcome.

2 years ago

Latest Post The Anti-Mimesis by François-René de Chateaubriand public

"yet he was honest,—for a miller."

And yet he hadde "a thombe of gold" pardee.

- Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400)

I am Branching Out, Spreading My Wings and Making my Own Gold - Another planksip® Möbius

I am Branching Out, Spreading My Wings and Making my Own Gold - Another planksip® Möbius

"yet he was honest,—for a miller."


What makes you write today? Wrong turns, bad moves or a desire to learn? planksip® is an organic platform for authors and academics. Welcome.

Take this opportunity to contribute to this thought in a new and novel way. Learn more!‌



Snippet Code: p.2WCMYKi

If you are reading this and you are wondering about the significance of the above code, you might want to watch the following video...


Support Your Friendly Neighbourhood Atelier Today! Click Here!

Geoffrey Chaucer

Published 2 years ago