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This Reaching is Alive Yet

“July Fourth 1934″ ~ J.C. Leyendecker

While it’s possible my mother saw J.C. Leyendecker’s cover illustration for the July 7, 1934 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, 896 more words


Poetry Sunday: Carl Sandburg

Summer Stars by Carl Sandburg

Bend low again, night of summer stars.
So near you are, sky of summer stars,
So near, a long arm man can pick off stars, 23 more words

365 Days

Bees And Honeycomb

And cleaning out a hopper for wool storage – the one my neighbour had in his field unused for 30 years – a skull washed out.   355 more words

selfie reflection...

“It is necessary … for a man to go away by himself … to sit on a rock … and ask, ‘Who am I, where have I been, and where am I going?” Carl Sandburg


Cee's Black and White Challenge: Houses...Cape May lighthouse

For Cee’s challenge this week, all I did to this photo of the Cape May lighthouse on a silent and beautiful foggy morning was add the vignette.  38 more words


100-Day Project 68-71

If we were such and so, the same as these,
maybe we too would be slingers and sliders,
tumbling half over in the water mirrors, 225 more words


"Here's to the world changers..."

Carl Sandburg collected words in pocket notebooks, Walt Whitman scribbled down words on his own handmade notebooks, William Carlos Williams jotted words on prescription notepads, and Peter Roget collected multitudes of words which were compiled into a thesaurus and published in 1852. 438 more words