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Poetry Tuesdays — The Chaos

The English language is stupid. It doesn’t make any sense. Some words are spelt the same but mean different things. Some words are spelt differently but mean the same. 877 more words

Poetry Tuesday

"The Chaos" - An Initial Discussion

June 5, 2016 Meeting Notes

As the girls sift through the intense and heavily intertwined story lines contained in Isabel Allende’s In the Time of the Butterflies… 496 more words

Girls Tried As Adults

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This week I have been mostly wearing a lot of black, and its not only because I find it disguises the various food stains that I regularly adorn myself with (I never managed to quite get the hang of cutlery).  834 more words

Thoughts

Post 44: The Marshall - Lumar & Radney

“Today I wanted to focus more on the other two important astronauts, Lumar Redkins and Radney Louge.”

~Harper Carvings (The Marshall)

With my precious Cordelia up and running once more I was beyond ready to take on the challenges of final project research, that is until I heard the very serious news that many of Cordelia’s memory banks had been lost including my hutch research and recovering them would take more time than I had to offer. 3,909 more words

The Chaos

I came across this famous Poem.  It’s long but I thought it might be of interest to my Poet friends.   “The Chaos” by Gerard Nolst Trenité, written nearly 100 years ago in 1922, designed to demonstrate the irregularity of English spelling and pronunciation.

Poetry

Post 42: The Marshall - Jasper Smythstar

“Besides Lumar and Radney, Jasper was the only other Marshall Astronaut to return to Earth.”

~Harper Carvings (The Marshall)

The following morning I had woken up early to visit the repair garage aboard the Jolli-Raj. 2,967 more words