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Grasmere and the moonlight lake

It’s been a week since I returned home after my visit to UK. Still trying to adjust to the challenges of daily life here e.g. 6-hour load shedding, humid and ‘hot as hell’ weather, crazy traffic, etc. 133 more words

Travel

Next Program, May 12—Poetry and Health

Welcome to the One Page Poetry Circle at St. Agnes Branch Library!

Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Place: St. Agnes Branch Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave. 612 more words

Health

Tuesday Poem - Floating Island by Dorothy Wordsworth

“Harmonious Powers with Nature work
On sky, earth, river, lake, and sea;
Sunshine and cloud, whirlwind and breeze,
All in one duteous task agree.
“Once did I see a slip of earth… 581 more words

Tuesday Poem

Talks And Living History, Spring/Summer 2015

Here’s some events coming up in the next few months. I’ll add in new ones as they’re finalised.

24th February, 2 – 3 PM.

An Afternoon in Dove Cottage: For the Love of Dorothy Wordsworth’s Journal.  442 more words

History

At the Risk of Disapproval

Since the beginning of our friendship in the early 2000s, Emma Claire and I have chalked up many dozens of hours of late-night conversation. Like her… 587 more words

Writer Friends

Conversations Spoken and Unspoken

I would like to say that our love of literature drew Emily and I together, or perhaps our mutual feminist ideals. But, if my memory serves me correctly, our very earliest conversations revolved around men. 418 more words

Female Literary Friendship

Something Rhymed... a continuing story

When Emma Claire Sweeney and I launched Something Rhymed at the start of 2014, we were clear about one thing: it would be a year-long project. 300 more words

Emma Claire Sweeney