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Word Cloud: SUMMERFARE (redux)

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Edward Clerihew Bentley (1875-1956) was born on July 10th in London, England. In his youth, he was educated at London’s prestigious St Paul’s School. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was a fellow student, and became his best friend. When … Continue reading

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POETRY FRIDAY: A Few Clerihews for Those Who Enjoy Light Verse

By Elaine Magliaro It appears that light verse for adults has gone out of vogue. That saddens me. I enjoy reading the work of writers like Ogden Nash, Morris Bishop, Arthur Guiterman, and others. One of my favorite Guiterman poems … Continue reading

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