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XLII/LXIV

AN OATH BOUND BY BOND OF BLOOD, PART I, AS RECITED BY POET LAUREATE D’MOCKRICIUS

His eyes slowly grazed, great-mother’s gentle face,

Her words true and tender, filled with love and grace; 205 more words

Epic Poem

Good morning, Grandma Sally

Good morning, Grandma Sally. We never met, you and I, but still your life and legacy surround me. Without you, I would not be who I am. 708 more words

Stories

Leaf me alone!

Leaf Me Alone!

A Leaf Poem, by Oma

Hello whispy, crunchy, conical friend I found today!

I see your autumn leftover beauty,

I am mesmerized by your dancing whimsy, 177 more words

Joy

First blog post

This blog is going to be funny, hilarious at times. You will find it sad, heartbreaking often. The content will be useful and I hope you will learn and be uplifted from it all. 300 more words

Coping With Loss

Lovable, Caring and the Wisest

Grandmothers.

I really love my grandmother. She raised me and gave me the education I needed from the beginning while being lovable, and just a sweetheart. 320 more words

Blog

Hannah

Pass by!
the tea-cart,
ignore!
the doilies and the mints
(in their crystal bowl),
look down from!
the enormous china cabinet—
DO NOT PASS GO!— 45 more words

Poetry

my grandmother dreams

My bold, brilliant grandmother had a dream. Not quite big enough. But she was a she, and it was the 40s, and wasn’t she lucky to be born in the USA where dreams come true. 698 more words

American Girl Series