Welcome illustration: The Imagine Mosaic in Central Park, covered in snow with the snow brushed away from the word "Imagine". There's a Winterfest candle in the snow beside it. Text reads: Happy Winterfest, Imagine That.

Welcome back to Imagine That.
It's good to see you all again this Winterfest!
I know you're all anxious to gather up your picnic paraphernalia 
and rush the Treasure Doors, 
so let's get right down to business.

Chocolate-covered strawberries.
We all know Vincent loves them, right? He has to! 
My imagination won't let it be any other way.
Catherine knows this, of course, 
and she knows just exactly where Above 
to find the most luscious sweets.
She has them secreted away … at the end of this quiz.

Answer the questions, and you'll find them, too, 
and be on your way to the next destination.

This year's game is a test of your poetry knowledge. 
(Or search-willingness) 
(Or, okay, guessing)

Beyond the Stained Glass is an arc of stories,
and all the titles in this series are listed in the right sidebar  >>>>>
 In one case, a title comes from a record album, 
and the rest are taken from poetry. 
The authors are well-known poets.  

Choose the correct author of the poem 
from which each story's title is taken.

If you don't know for sure and you'd rather not just guess,
you can click on the story links in the sidebar to search out the answer, 
or you can Google the story title.


The first story in the arc is:

Two intertwined silver Celtic hearts on a black background. Text reads: I Carry Your Heart

Who penned the title words, i carry your heart?

Dylan Thomas
Rainer Maria Rilke
e e cummings