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Literary Dim Sum

“We go on to poetry; we go on to life. And life is, I am sure, made of poetry. Poetry is not alien – poetry is . 773 more words


"In Memory of W. B. Yeats" illustrated #vizpoem

By now it is probably obvious that Yeats and Auden are two of my favorite poets; I assign them often and have published on both. A poem like “ 1,547 more words


What Nijinsky Wrote About Diaghilev

Vaslav Nijinsky and Sergei Diaghilev in Nice, 1911



“…The windiest militant trash
Important Persons shout
Is not so crude as our wish: 737 more words


Funday ...

On a personal note, hope that this weekend has been good to Ivan, Poppy, and to you! Take care! :-) 93 more words

The Scatterday Matriarchy 3.9: Can't Stop Won't Stop!

I swear I am still alive and that I plan on eventually finishing this legacy! Life has been busy over the past few months, with illness and moving halfway across the province and attempting to accomplish real-life things that I don’t want to get into on a ~public~ blog. 2,220 more words


Along For The Ride by Sarah Dessen book review


Ever since her parents’ divorce, Auden has been unable to sleep. She’s built a routine that gets her through each night; but when the opportunity comes for her to spend her summer at the beach with her father and his new family, she jumpd at the chance to break out of her rut.

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Book Reviews

As I Walked Out One Evening

This poem by Auden dates from the 30s.  Love is where it falls.  Auden knew this.

As I Walked Out One Evening

As I walked out one evening, 339 more words