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thursday: how to travel home

driving through the flattened cornfields
through the golden sunshine
through this golden laughter
and these grayer thoughts

your voice is more familiar
than this sunshine… 38 more words

Easter Break

Hidden Beauty

“Poetry is ever accompanied with pleasure: all spirits on which it falls open themselves to receive the wisdom which is mingled with its delight. In the infancy of the world, neither poets themselves nor their auditors are fully aware of the excellence of poetry: for it acts in a divine and unapprehended manner, beyond and above consciousness; and it is reserved for future generations to contemplate and measure the mighty cause and effect in all the strength and splendor of their union.” 7 more words


Pet Of The Week

Talk about CUTE! Check out Zoe.  She’s a 5 year old Chihuahua-Dachshund mix.  Sadly, since Zoe is a black dog, she often gets overlooked at the Western PA Humane Society, so that’s why she’s wearing the pink tutu.  29 more words



Just a little full moon lunar eclipse poetry…


Those devoted to hunting Big Foot
Under the dark New Moon in Aries,
The full-bodied nighttime hunts, 152 more words


Ode to Byron, Shelley and Keats

From “The Poems of John H. Watson”
Reprinted By M.Vernet
The Missing Years 1883 – 1886

Ode to Byron, Shelley and Keats

I have been reading Shelley, Keats and Byron… 187 more words

Sherlock Holmes

Poetry and Birds—May 6, 2014

All are welcome to attend the One Page Poetry Circle on May 6 to discuss Poetry and Birds.

Birds have long been an inspiration to poets, perhaps because, like poets, they sing: … 204 more words

Rome, Italy: Keats-Shelley House


When it came down to a choice between visiting the Napoleonic Museum and the Keats-Shelley House, there was really no question over which museum was going to emerge victorious.  961 more words