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We'll Master his Envy

Oh, katie–
oh, katie;
so short and so pretty,

Like a Tom
without a Jerry–
oh katie, my katie!

Dedicated to Walden

Beloved Book Quotes: Emily Dickinson

Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
And never stops at all

~Emily Dickinson… 455 more words

Lean In

On a sunny day in Redding, California, the magnificent Sundial Bridge tilted in greeting. Santiago Calatrava’s design is a glass-decked wonder, 217 feet high. That day the Sacramento River glimmered into a diamond-flecked waterway, and I was awed by the bridge’s 710 foot span across the water. 240 more words


Dogs, Music & Poetry

The Humans

By: Matt Haig

Grade: A+

“Your existence is as close to impossible as can be. To dismiss it is to dismiss yourself.”

The Humans is only the second book I’ve read by Matt Haig (first being  428 more words


National Poetry Month: Emily Dickinson

April is National Poetry Month. And I’d like to feature two of my favorite poems by Emily Dickinson. 88 more words


Spring comes on the world

Spring comes on the World —
I sight the Aprils —
Hueless to me until thou come
As, till the Bee
Blossoms stand negative,
Touched to Conditions
By a Hum.

– Emily Dickinson