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{Abstract} In which “The Whitby Ladies” being playful and gay, go by carriage to Leeds to attend the performance of Hérodiade at the “Grand Playhouse”. In which the ladies by craft, divine a bargain with a spright hereby named… 560 more words


I don't belong to you...the voice of a lover crossed.

I don’t belong to you

I never did

I was just a borrowed shirt

An accessory of sorts

To compliment your crass existence

I wasn’t yours to own. 119 more words


This Week in CFD

This week’s CFD news includes many people-oriented items including a podcast about women in CFD, a profile of a weather simulation researcher, the launch of an open-source CFD society, and the call for papers for a mesh generation user’s conference [ 556 more words


Review: DramSoc’s Salomé

Ellie Rowe reviews DramSoc’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s dark and haunting Salomé. 

Walking into The Loco Klub after the hefty journey down to Temple Meads is like stepping backwards in time to a seedy, scary underground carnival – perfect for a night of blood and beheading. 602 more words

That's What She Said

John the Baptist Beheaded

Here are my thoughts on Matthew 14:1-12.

Summary: In this passage, Herod Antipas arrests John the Baptist, as John:

  • is tremendously popular
  • confronts his sinful marriage to…
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Dance of the Seven Veils

Dance of the Seven Veils

I’ve written a lot of nature-based poems, and I realize I’ve become somewhat “known” for them. For one thing, it’s those poems that publishers like, and they’re mostly what gets into the public. 299 more words


Philadelphia Freedom

The Digital Collection of Oscar Wilde Documents at The Philadelphia Free Library

Readers will recall my visit to the New York Antiquarian Book Fair a couple of years ago where I was offered a very rare Oscar Wilde document. 380 more words

Oscar Wilde