Tags » Transcendentalism

Honoring Margaret Fuller (May 23, 1810 - July 19, 1850)

Editor’s Note: I attended Margaret Fuller elementary school from second through sixth grade. But were we never told who the school was named after or why. 984 more words

Sonnet: To The Woods

When silence in his heart grows much too loud

And starts to beat his restfulness to bits

He seeks a space far from the maddening crowd… 88 more words


God Energy

inMy poems are not poems,
Don’t get it confused, these ain’t just lyrics.
I convene with the ancient spirits.

Wisdom cries out to the Streets, 190 more words


Reflections on "Where I Lived and What I Lived For"

“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each. Let them be your only diet drink and botanical medicines.”   – Thoreau, “Where I Lived and What I Lived For” 1,390 more words

Narrative Writing

How I brought a little transcendentalism into the kitchen

Sometimes I drive past this house with a sign that says, “Green witch.” Someday I want to be the green witch and live in a little house and grow pretty plants and read stacks of books. 106 more words



I think of you in the dark of night,

and in the fresh light of morn,

somewhere in the mist, our souls

parted ways, and we were born. 95 more words


Entry 127

Crises & Transcendentalism(??)

As I’ve discussed throughout my entries here, I’ve been feeling rather apathetic and downright sad since this school year started. This can be attributed to a variety of new changes in my life, but I’ve been seeking some form of relief from these emotions and fears and it seems that reading has become my refuge. 526 more words