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The Road Not Taken

I strive to experience life fully.  When I was younger, it was about playing hard and working some.  I lived in Greece and on a Kibbutz in Israel.   370 more words

Dailies 4/22/17 (Earth Day)- an aubade, a tornado, a fool's song, & a prayer in spring

Andrea Cohen – Tornado 

Woman comforting an injured
dog, the caption the morning

after the tornado says, but
if you click for the bigger

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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening is a poem by Robert Frost, and one of the more famous poems in the English language. I would like to take a look at some of its interesting elements. 1,679 more words

Analysis

Nothing Gold Can Stay #RobertFrost

Enjoy the beauty of the dandelions and the insects who enjoy them! Learn about the man who wrote this famous quote and his connection to Swedenborg via the… 23 more words

Events

Dailies 4/21/17: streets, a roadtrip, beautiful thinking, & Holy Wars

Natalie Safir – Roadtrip West

A bright thought flies across my afternoon
fighting to stay aloft as my finger, on an old roadmap

traces a trip across the desert decades ago, 145 more words

HAPPY EARTH DAY!

Saturday is Earth Day. Every day should be Earth Day. We should think about what the Earth gives us and how we can give back to the Earth… 210 more words

Garden

#Vanlife, Real Life and Roads {Taken and Not}

Oh I kept the first for another day!

But knowing how way leads on to way,

I doubted if I should ever come back.

Robert Frost, from “Road Not Taken” 953 more words

Reflection