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Voyage to a new life: not to Canterbury but to parts as of yet unknown*

When April, with its surest rains
Has championed March, whose blustery days
usually prevailed; the roots soaked by the
driving ambrosia from the skies,
the wind becomes more kind, and kisses… 195 more words


From the "General Prologue" of The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer)

This is the one poem we’ll see this year that is not in Modern English. Translations are readily available, but not public-domain.

When that Aprilis, with his showers swoot,

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Said Business School makes bid for Osney Power Station

AS WE mentioned a week or two back, Oxford University – which last year had zero plans for the Old Power Station (left)  in Arthur Street, Old Osney, suddenly did a u-turn and said it would be leased to the Said Business School for 30 years. 68 more words

Quote & Perspective - Busy as a Bee

The weather has turned warm in my area of New Jersey…perfect for an early Spring Walk. I took advantage of the warmth and strolled the paths of a local park. 215 more words


The Scout's Tale: Part IV

[ I ]-[ II ]-[ III ]

PLANET: Meghal
ECONOMY: Poor Agricultural
POPULATION: 4 Million (Humanoids)
AVERAGE RADIUS: 3,810 KM… 1,496 more words


Happy April Fool's Day - Coloring Page

Color the Court Jester. For find more information about April Fool’s Day, click here. 16 more words

Fun Stuff

Satirical Poem off Canterbury Tales

Chaucer is not trite in his aggrandizement of the saints
The Monk adorned in fox fur and goose down garb
His cheeks, rosey and pink, beaming in a splendid fruition: 94 more words