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WPC: Poetry Lifts the Veil

Poetry lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world, and makes familiar objects be as if they were not familiar.
—Percy Shelley

With the approach of dusk, the forest greens take on a deeper hue, and the brook whispers. 6 more words


A very sweet coffee set - Wileman demitasse cup and milk jug from 1893

This is a most endearing coffee set for one, with a little milk jug. Made of the finest bone china with a precious ivy print in fresh blue.  41 more words


My Current EduReading List

There are plenty of books I need to read, and I have quite a few of them. These books have been recommended to me over time, and I’ve picked them up. 538 more words

National Poetry Day

Happy National Poetry Day!! For those of you who don’t know, I absolutely love poetry. I read it all the time and even write poems (although I rarely show them to other people). 281 more words

Nightingale #DailyHaikuChallenge

Evening bird song drifts
Effortlessly without wings
Unseen musicians

Day 150/365 – Morgan’s #DailyHaikuChallenge. Join in and link back to her blog.

Poetry Forms

Shelley Sunday: Shelley & Mary's '6 Weeks Tour' Journal

“[A]bout a mile and half we found our voiturier at the door of a wretched inn having taken the mule from the voiture and obstinately determined to remain for the night at this miserable village of Mort. 428 more words