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Poem for the Month of April, Formerly Known as the Cruellest Month

Love, Actually

Once your heart has been crushed, it is

Softer, bendable: such things are resilient.

Once broken, the pieces never break

Again, but give way easily to the push… 30 more words

Pussycat poetry for Sunday -- On Carousels

Now the tulips are coming up white


I find some verses for today, a possible source for future Caturday (on this blog Sunday) poetry, and return to… 1,088 more words


Wonder Women.

March was Women’s History Month and in Manchester there were tons of events to celebrate it and International Women’s Day on March 8th 2016. Similarly to last year, Wonder Women festival was held across the city featuring film screenings, art exhibitions and special events. 325 more words


Celebrating women's creativity

Gibraltar’s thriving art scene is being showcased again with a pioneering women only exhibition at the Rock’s newest gallery. The Face Frames Gallery launched the show on 8th March to mark International Women’s Day. 306 more words


Upon first reading Virginia Woolf's The Death of the Moth

Friends and readers,

Another profound poetic text I seem never to have read until three days ago is Virginia Woolf’s The Death of the Moth… 1,580 more words


For Valentine's Day: poetry and pictures

Mid-February New Yorker cartoon

Friends and readers,

Above comic subversion, below otherwise:

Susan Herbert does Brief Encounter (click away for Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard & the film) 380 more words


By myself -- On wanting to be haunted yet living without ghosts

Maggie Smith in Lady in the Van — towards the end of the film she allows herself to be taken to a hospital

Friends and readers, 3,836 more words