Tag Archives: Mary Oliver

ON THIS DAY: September 10, 2018

September 10th is National Swap Ideas Day TV Dinner Day * World Suicide Prevention Day * _________________________________________ MORE! Marie Laveau, Akio Yashiro and Mary Oliver, click

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Word Cloud: SUMMER-LONG

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD While Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer for Americans, the actual start of the season here in the Northern Hemisphere is the Summer Solstice.  The Solstice this year began at 6:07 AM, U.S. … Continue reading

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A Poem for World Turtle Day

by Mary Oliver: The Turtle breaks from the blue-black skin of the water, dragging her shell with its mossy scutes across the shallows and through the rushes and over the mudflats, to the uprise, to the yellow sand, to dig … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: September 10, 2017

September 10th is International Drive Your Studebaker Day * Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day* National Swap Ideas Day TV Dinner Day * World Suicide Prevention Day * ___________________________________________________________ MORE! Thomas Wolsey, Elsa Schiaparelli and Abebe Bikila, click

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Word Cloud: EARTH

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Religion and Science — two different approaches to the questions, How Does Stuff Work? and Why Do Things Happen? When you start with the same questions, you often uncover similar answers. The Elements, for example. The “basic four”— … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SOLSTICE

by Nona Blyth Cloud While Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer for Americans, the actual start of the season is the Summer Solstice, which this year begins at 6:34 p.m. EDT on Monday, June 20. I’ve decided … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SNOWBLIND

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD It’s an irony that the things I like best about Christmas are traditions from places where Winter means snow and ice. The smell of pine warmed by glowing lights, carols full of cold Decembers, and hot … Continue reading

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