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Pet Of The Week

When you hear the story of “Stevie” it will melt your heart.  This beautiful Border Collie was found tied up to a pole at a restaurant behind the Western PA Humane Society.  40 more words

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Pet Of The Week

Our BEAUTIFUL pet of the week is “Kovu!”  Sarah from the Western PA Humane Society says she has no idea where the name came from but he is the sweetest, most lovable cat.  49 more words

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Imagination - the Divine Vision

‘My imagination is a Monastery and I am its monk.’

Keats’ words to Shelley (as the Romantics caught hold of the concept of ‘imagination’ and ran with it), caught my attention this week as I read an article on William Blake. 311 more words

Poetry Dare - Can You Poetaster Wags Rise to the Occasion?

I found this in a box of antique ephemera today.  It’s for the old timey 18th-19th century binocular viewer, stereopticon thingy or something. One inserted it and voila! 231 more words

Literature

Clouds catch my eye, inspiration is nutured.

I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers,
From the seas and the streams;
I bear light shade for the leaves when laid
In their noon-day dreams. 63 more words

Shayne T Wright

Artistic License and Censorship of the Independent Writer: An Epistle

Dear J.J. (or, she who shall not be named),

Allow me to convey my gratitude as both a fan and a corresponding legal target. I recently received the most flattering letter from your IP lawyers in which they allege that I committed a federal crime of TM infringement by mentioning your name in a blog post. 850 more words

Literature

Funeral Instructions

Thanks to Tacy Rickard for discovering this quirky historic reference.

This is the story of Henry Buxton Forman, born 1852, whose family moved to Teignmouth from London when he was ten. 151 more words

Poetry In Teignmouth