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Decoration Day

Decoration Day

By Hugh A Tague

Stones of white sprawl as far as eyes can see
fields of green survivors’ tears now nourish
the sun shone upon the flowers of May… 134 more words

Poetry

Brink-of-summer break

Afflicted with an acute case of screaming eyeballs syndrome at post-Gutenberg — concentrated, migraine-like pain in eyes recovering from screen-gazing and months of disrupted sleep cycles — we must take a brink-of-summer break. 210 more words

Artists

Creiddylad (from 'The Silencing of the Flowers)

In Britain we have a seasonal myth based around a maiden goddess called Creiddylad. She is due to wed Gwythyr ap Greidol, a hero of King Arthur’s court and ruler of northern Britain on May Day. 761 more words

Poetry

Not so cold Spring days..and flowers!

Early May has seen some warm weather..even hot you might say, with temps approaching 40ºC in the Center-South of Spain. In Cercedilla we reached 29.5ºC the other day which is certainly very warm for the middle of May. 102 more words

Nature

Never Heard of 'Em? #19- The Seasons

by Louise Marie Pothier

Julien and Hubert Chiasson, Remy Belanger, and Samuel Renaud. Remember those names. They are the four Quebecois teens who make up The Seasons. 293 more words

Never Heard Of 'Em

Sunday ROW80 check-in: Savoring spring

The warm weather is finally here, meaning I can drink my morning coffee out on the balcony. Yay! And my plants are doing well so far. 427 more words

Denise D. Young