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The Perfect Poem

‚ÄčIt’s a poem that rhymes

It’s shallow and deep at the same time

Its words are like the jigsaw puzzle

Making perfect sense when they’re joined together… 58 more words


Once Upon a Time: The Basics of Fairytale Analysis

When I was nine, my mother bought a set of old fairytales at a yard sale. There were maybe a dozen books total (which is fitting, I think – twelve is a magical number in fairytales), and they were bound in red with faded gold lettering. 1,259 more words

Little Red and the Wolf

Fairy tales are stories told to children, they say.
It almost always end up with a happy ending, we heard.

Sometimes a fairy tale is just a fairy tale, but more often than not, it’s much much more. 810 more words

Floating Thoughts

Broken Wings is now out in the world.

For those that read my blog, it’s common knowledge that I lost my dad last year to cancer. It’s because of him that I started to run, first for race for life and then for longer runs, and developed a real enjoyment of it. 306 more words

The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

Title The Bear and the Nightingale
Author Katherine Arden
Format Kindle Edition
Page Length 336
Publication Date 10 Jan 2017
Publisher Del Rey / Ebury… 1,227 more words

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Poetry: The Piano Magic

The Piano Magic

Hidden in the backstreets within the fog of downtown New York,
sat the remains of an old abandoned theater.
Whispers and laughs of the yesteryear hung heavy in the air. 573 more words