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No More Monkey Business

For all of The New Yorker’s attention to the Scopes Monkey Trial, the August 1, 1925 issue had little to say about the trial’s outcome. 557 more words

The New Yorker Magazine

Some new little members of my Library

“No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally – and often far more – worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond.” ― C.S. 106 more words

Books

Weekend Reads!

Hey guys! It’s the weekend! Which in retrospect doesn’t mean much to me since I’m graduated and unemployed…anyway I thought you might like to know what I’m reading this weekend. 256 more words

Miscellaneous

Happy are We #poetry

we walked down the trail

of hopefuls and dreams

skipping to made-up tunes

holding balloons full of imaginings

the world floated below in color

our feet nudged the puffy sky… 129 more words

Poetry

Thought for the Day from A.A. Milne

Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind. “Pooh!” he whispered. “Yes, Piglet?” “Nothing,” said Piglet, taking Pooh’s paw. “I just wanted to be sure of you.” ~A.A.

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Clark-Hickling, a friend of mine

He fantasised about his suicide then mystified by those thoughts
He took a pencil, coloured all the squares and left all the noughts.

He ruminated then brooded then braided his hair, 59 more words

Author/Writer, Raconteur

50th of 50things: Love

Well my darlings,

Here we are, finally, at the 50th of the 50 things.

I don’t know if I got the order right, but it does seem somehow fitting to leave Love until the end, though by now I think it’s pretty clear that ultimately, whatever heading you put at the top of the page, all of these posts have really been about Love. 918 more words