The Quote Exchange

My “Two Quote” series sets side by side written, musical, artistic quotations or hybrids thereof. The overall intent is to draw connections between the pairs, and sometimes parallels between their creator’s lives or experiences.

Two Quote Series

For and By: Christina on New Year’s Eve

St. Francis of Assisi & Johnny Cash

C. S. Lewis and Tamara Natalie Madden

Amy Carmichael & Martha Snell Nicholson

Well Met, Jude: Mann & Mantel

Dante & Petrarch

Grace in Wretches Like Me (John Newton & a Confederate Soldier)

Charles Dickens & George Frideric Handel

Francis Schaeffer & Dorothy Sayers

So She Quoth

Emily Dickinson & her Correspondent

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn & Oscar Wilde: Two Prison Quotes

Austen & Robinson

Renoir & Dickens

Lewis & Tolkien

Christina Rosetti & George Herbert


Poem and Poet: E. E. Cummings & “i thank You God for most this amazing”

Love Me, Love Me Not (Emily Dickinson’s “I measure every Grief I meet”)

Disappointment à la the Bard (Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29: “When in disgrace with fortune, and men’s eyes”)

Awakened to a New Creation (John Donne)