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Pleasure From Such Little Effort

Gladly I can point my finger at my high school English teacher for awakening my awareness to Victorian poetry. What began when I was fifteen has grown to become a treasured appreciation. I find solace in words as they dance … Continue reading

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Stuck Like Song Lyrics

It’s autumn’s first cool night, And a chill rides upon the air; The sort that wakens memories Some sweet; Some old; some fair. So come; come one, come all And sit by the fire with me, And listen closely with … Continue reading

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Your’s Is the Earth and Everything In It

John Keats wrote, Poetry should strike the reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance.  So it is for me with the poem below.  Many years have passed since encountering the Kipling poem below.  Last time … Continue reading

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