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Telling Lies About George Washington. Or Not. Hard To Say.

My love and I were talking about presidents, what with our just having gone past a day, and the way that Abraham Lincoln feels so close and accessible while George Washington feels remote. 1,125 more words

Humor

Badaling Spring

White cherry blossoms decorate trees around the Great Wall of China at Badaling (traditional Chinese: 八達嶺), just north of Beijing. This picture taken on April 22, 2003, the last day of our eventful adoption trip for Lain. 88 more words

Photography

The Cherry Eater

My name is Sally Henderson, and I am here to tell you that George Washington can indeed tell a lie. He is not even the George Washington that history remembers for the real Georgie that we loved oh so much had fallen ill from the pox when he was a small child. 866 more words

Anti-history

Poet's Perspective: A Roundtable Discussion on All Things Poetry

Kyle: Welcome to the first Lit Witches discussion on poetry! I am the Writing Center Director at Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma City and writer/poet for the blog… 3,002 more words

Poetry

Cherry Tree Door

As promised, here is the cherry tree door decoration. My students decided that my snowman and the perky words “Let it snow!” jinxed our snow days, so I replaced it with a springy cherry tree. 11 more words

Valentine's morning

Budding cherry tree –

The pair of robins alight.

I wait for you.

(c) Jackie Le Poidevin

Haiku