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Rights Of Man

It is, properly, from the elevated mind of France,”that the folly of titles has fallen. It has outgrown the baby clothes of Count and Duke, and breeched itself into manhood. 111 more words


sonnet attempt (I tried)

You took my heart and grew flowers in it
watered them everyday, made them grow wild
each damaged root sprouted back bit by bit
I thought those flowers would not ever wilt… 76 more words


A poem for All Hallows

And all is Hallowed.  When the veil between the worlds is thin… this poem for you.  In Wonder.

Here’s to the magic of the changing season… 150 more words


The Soul's Prayer

In childhood’s pride I said to Thee:
‘O Thou, who mad’st me of Thy breath,
Speak, Master, and reveal to me
Thine inmost laws of life and death. 181 more words


The Phantastical Gothic Ghost of Horace Walpole


C. Reeder

Horace Walpole (1717-97) wrote a ghost story, but not just any ghost story. The dire events and super-sized shade of Prince Alfonso in… 1,309 more words