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Friday, July 27, 2015 – A Literary Snark Attack - Jabberwocky

Friday, July 27, 2015 – A Literary Snark Attack – Jabberwocky

In honor of the end of the Republican National Convention and the start of the Democratic National Convention, I present to you for your Snarky Friday – Jabberwocky. 227 more words

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Reciting Poetry for Poetry Month: And a New YouTube Channel

David Russell Mosley

Eastertide
22 April 2016
The Edge of Elfland
Hudson, New Hampshire

Dear Friends and Family,

April is Poetry Month and I’ve nearly let the month slip by without commenting on it in anyway. 107 more words

Faeriean Metaphysics

The Revolt Ever to Collect Its Due

I hate to publish too much of my new book, but I had already done this on Scriggler (which will tweet your work to 51,000 people), and I wanted to switch one of the important links I’m putting on my cards, so I needed a more properly formatted version without ramble about book release. 616 more words

Jabberwocky: A Poem of Descent

When I was in high school, for an art class I chose the theme of the Jabberwock for an assignment using pointillism.  I composed a black-and-white pointillist image of a dragonlike creature matching Lewis Carroll’s description in the famous Jabberwocky poem. 319 more words

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Smoggy Pace

“That was a knock at the door Gerald. I will answer it. Gerald can you come, I don’t exactly understand what this strange object is saying.” 387 more words

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Review Brew: Alice by Christina Henry

I approached Christina Henry’s Alice with a default sense of dread and suspicion that I’d be writing a negative review.  After all, Lewis Carroll’s original  866 more words

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Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

One of my all time favorite poems is by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland:

Jabberwocky
From “Through the Looking Glass”  (1871)

’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves… 442 more words

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