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The Deliciously Dark Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Part One)

And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death. . .

~ The Masque of the Red Death (1842)

*As an admirer of Edgar Allan Poe, I struggled to decided which tale, or poem, to discuss for my latest post.  302 more words

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Reading Wrap Up | July 2016

School is now officially out for summer and these are the books that I’ve been reading now that I suddenly have free days!

The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe… 404 more words

Quoth My Bi-Polar, Nevermore

Upon this ledge, my soul stood staring

Tired of the cries of injustice blaring

Needing to quiet my thoughts before I lose my sanity

There’s too much greed, cruelty, and vanity… 101 more words

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Challenge Week: Learn To Love Challenge Day #4

Today I have chosen to Learn to Love … poetry! A form I’m not the biggest fan of, as I’ve said in Q&A’s before, so this is a brave step for me. 615 more words

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Richmond Virginia Trip

With summer in full swing, there are many excellent sites to see throughout the USA.

Richmond Virginia is one of them. Since 2008, I have had the good pleasure of visiting Virginia from Richmond to Leesburg and have enjoyed many wonderful sites of the State. 198 more words

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