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Remorse is Memory Awake

Emily Dickinson, Complete Poems (1924), Part One: Life, LXIX

REMORSE is memory awake,

Her companies astir,—

A presence of departed acts

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Emily Dickinson - A much loved friend.

The Magnolia tree in my grandparent’s front yard had the girth and height to hide a child from the everyday. Two large branches crossed early in the trees history. 373 more words

Book Monday

A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb

Once upon a time, I began this book. Reader, last night I finished it. 

That might not seem worthy of congratulations, but A Certain Slant of Light… 1,444 more words

That's News to ME! Poetry Round-up

Hey, fickle readers! Wow, what a crazy couple of weeks it’s been. My lupus Pity Spoons are just about gone today because of all the rushing about, hanging out with Little Fickle’s grandparents, getting Little Fickle ready for first grade (!!!), and doing off-line writing (some of which is for other people and not just my own insane drive for recognition! 567 more words

Writing

Soul Mates

The soul selects her own society, then shuts the door.
~Emily Dickinson

Living Simply

Quote of the day: Emily Dickinson

There is no Frigate like a Book
To take us Lands away,
Nor any Coursers like a Page
Of prancing Poetry –

― Emily Dickinson, There is no Frigate like a Book…

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Stone Soup Servings Presents: Tom Daley

Stone Soup Servings is a regular series for Oddball Magazine that features upcoming performers at Stone Soup Poetry, the long-running spoken word venue in the Boston area that has recently partnered with… 435 more words

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