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Dailies 10/14/17: a little ghost, marriage, a sad waitress, being in the streets w/out one's glasses, anger

Edna St. Vincent Millay – The Little Ghost

I knew her for a little ghost
***That in my garden walked;
The wall is high—higher than most— 216 more words

Word Cloud: DARKNESS

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD

The pages of our calendars are flying off like autumn leaves. To the delight of children, we are nearing that annual candy-scavenge in America: Halloween. 2,005 more words

Poetry

October 8, 2017 - The Unexplorer

The Unexplorer

by Edna St Vincent Millay

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There was a road ran past our house
Too lovely to explore.
I asked my mother once—she said… 32 more words

Exploration And Discovery

Sunday #Poetry: Witch Wife

“Poetry is truth in its Sunday clothes.”
~Joseph Roux
“Witch-Wife”
Edna St. Vincent Millay

SHE is neither pink nor pale,
And she never will be all mine; 72 more words

Edna St. Vincent Millay and Sexual Freedom for Women

The common theme throughout Millay’s work was her ownership of her sexuality. The 1920s was a time of sexual liberation for women and Millay doesn’t hold back in her poetry about her experiences with love and lust. 285 more words

My Mother...

My mother has passed. She was 89 years old. I believe that the most important thing she ever did for me was to introduce me, before my teen years, to the poetry of Edna St. 156 more words

Blogging

Poem Time

Thanks to www.poets.org for reminding me about this lovely poem. It reminds me of my college friends and the road trips we took and the outings we scraped together from pocket change. 180 more words