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bliss

“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree”

Emily Bronte
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Photography

Wandering the Moors

Some of you may have guessed… I am a fool for Wuthering Heights.  The blog’s name says it all, but since I spell my name with a “K” it’s not as obvious as it could be. 328 more words

General

Criticism

Sometimes criticism is helpful. It makes us aware of deficiencies and points out areas in ourselves or our work that need to be addressed. We should use criticism to evaluate ourselves and make improvements. 195 more words

Writing

O'Neill—What Thou Art

O’Neill, Michael. “What Thou Art: Emily Brontë’s Visionary Religion.” Brontë Studies: The Journal Of The Brontë Society 37.4 (2012): 366–72.

19th Century

Book Review: Wuthering Heights

Okay, so before I get into this review, those who are familiar with my blog posts are probably wondering to themselves: “What the Hell is this guy doing now?” And you’d be right to ask yourself that. 1,105 more words

Drama

Teens Can Write, Too September blog-chain: Let's Begin

Hey everyone. Do you know what day it is today? I just looked at the calendar… and it’s the 26th of September. Which means I’m scheduled to post in the TCWT blog-chain! 1,865 more words

My Thoughts

Emily Bronte - Remembrance

Emily Bronte was a poet in the 19th Century. She was not the most popular of poets in her lifetime, but one of her well known poems is “Remembrance.” You can read the poem by clicking on the link below. 136 more words

Poetry