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“The Song of Hiawatha,” a Prologue

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow‘s The Song of Hiawatha, published in 1855, will be posted today or early tomorrow, but it may require a short follow-up article. 564 more words


Mar 30th, 2015 – Tahquamenon Falls

A shot of the Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, complete with accompanying rainbow.

The Tahquamenon Falls, on the Tahquamenon River, fall more than 60 meters across and with a drop of approximately 14 meters. 34 more words


11.11 Why I Choose to Wear a White Poppy

Earlier this year I wrote about taking part in the Global Peace Meditation, along with over 100,000 other people on~line. When he read it, … 625 more words

The Song of Hiawatha

Thus it is our daughters leave us,
Those we love, and those who love us!
Just when they have learned to help us,
When we are old and lean upon them, 396 more words


Memories and Thanks

It’s funny the things I remember from my childhood.

I remember memorizing part of “The Song of Hiawatha” by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow in middle school. 348 more words

July 2013

Symbol of His Service

Photo: All About Birds, Red-headed Woodpecker

I’m avoiding writing about Albert. Oh, there’s a lot to say. A lot of ruminating to come on questions of health and injury, beliefs and fairness. 633 more words


Throwback Thursday: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Since it’s Harvard week here at the Boston Book Blog, we’ll take a look today at the life of master lyric poet – and Harvard professor – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  573 more words

Throwback Thursday