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Matthew Arnold, 'Thyrsis', lines 81-90 (Latin hexameters)

English Latin Alack, for Corydon no rival now!—

But when Sicilian shepherds lost a mate,

Some good survivor with his flute would go,

Piping a ditty sad for Bion’s fate; 253 more words

A Day in DC, ft. Bucolic Frolics

Monday 23rd June 2014

20.35

Today I went into DC while ShortButSweet was at work (she works at a Veterans’ Club, poppin’ open Miller Lites). I got to take the Metro (best day) and worked the National Mall – topped at one end with the Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial at the other, and chocked with all the museums and galleries all down the middle. 381 more words

Glamping Out....at Lantern & Larks.

Getting up close and personal with the great British countryside and the critters that make it their home has never been easier and more luxurious with the advent of Glamping- Glamorous Camping. 1,633 more words

Suffolk

Local Editor reblogged this on Mumsnet Local Hampshire and commented:

If you've been watching Springwatch wistfully, wishing to visit Minsmere and the surrounding countryside, then we have just the campsite for you, reviewed by our Woman in Suffolk & Norfolk, Nic Miller.

Be Wild

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You say bucolic?

More like alcoholic, the way you lounge, dazed

Beneath the tree, no more than a footnote

In our yearly rotation of obliteration and survival. 80 more words

Calling ALL

Come join us at this year’s ‘Skills to celebrate Catskill culture & help out the ecosystem by benefitting the Brown Bat Movement Making bat homes for places in need to help reboot the population… 7 more words

Storied Realm

Out at Woodruff Place – afar
From the city’s glare and jar,
With the leafy trees, instead
Of the awnings, overhead;
With the shadows cool and sweet, 242 more words

Poetry