Tag Archives: Emily Dickinson

Word Cloud: DARKNESS

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD The pages of our calendars are flying off like autumn leaves. To the delight of children, we are nearing that annual candy-scavenge in America: Halloween. Our celebrations of the eerie and macabre are pretty bland compared to … Continue reading

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TCS: Last Fruits and Bird’s Delight – Poems for the Equinoxes

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TCS: Hinges On Our Heads – Poems for Wonderful Weirdos Day

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TCS: The Bee-Loud Glade – poems for World Bee Day

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Thoughts from Poets for International Women’s Day

What would happen if one woman told the truth about . . . . her life? . . . The world would split open  – Muriel Rukeyser, from Käthe Kollwitz, part 3 ____________________ Tell all the truth but tell it … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: December 10, 2018

December 10th is Dewey Decimal System Day * National Lager Day Nobel Prize Day * International Human Rights Day * _______________________________________ MORE! Isaac Newton, Nelly Sachs and Albert Luthuli, click

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Word Cloud: HELIOS

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD The waning of summer is a theme which has inspired many poets. Helios, Greek god-charioteer of the Sun, a beautiful youth who crosses the sky each day in his golden chariot drawn by four “fire-darting steeds,” … Continue reading

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