Category Archives: Spring

Word Cloud: DELIGHT

by Nona Blyth Cloud Happy Birthday, William Shakespeare! Tradition says Shakespeare was born April 23. While Shakespeare (1564-1616) is best remembered  for his plays, his sonnets are what first brought him fame. There’s been much speculation about just who inspired them. Most … Continue reading

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World Poetry Day: Celebration

In honor of World Poetry Day, this poem from Denise Levertov (1923-1997): Celebration … Brilliant, this day – a young virtuoso of a day. Morning shadow cut by sharpest scissors, deft hands. And every prodigy of green – whether it’s ferns … Continue reading

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Fluffy Unicornists prepared to announce their withdrawal plan: “Honor without Prosecution”

  one persons’s paramilitary cosplay & Roman fasces is another’s…red crayon By ann summers While tarp boy LaVoy announced that the Bundy gang will reveal their “exit Plan” on Friday at 7pm at a venue yet to be determined although the Burns, … Continue reading

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