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A Garden of Kindness

If I had a tulip for every kindness and positivity I get from the blogging community, I could walk through my garden forever. 139 more words


Thoughts on May Day

Every year my mother would quote from Tennyson’s ‘The May Queen’. Although it is a sentimental and terribly sad Victorian poem she always quoted it with a smile and a little dance – so for me they are very fond memories. 93 more words

Denny's Diary

Towards Santa Claus, and Lots of Snow


There’s Lots to Be Sad for the Scenic Route

–To Gail

Know why life is so interesting?
It’s for its choices
I mean when the kid’s in the ice cream shop… 1,252 more words


Be Aware, the World Contains Poetry

I admit neglect.  I did not even realize that this nearly expired month is National Poetry Month.  Even so, I have been reading poetry, currently Edgar Allen Guest and Matthew Arnold. 36 more words


The Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson

“Come not, when I am dead,
to drop thy foolish tears upon my grave,
To trample round my fallen head,
And vex the unhappy dust thou wouldst not save.

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'From a Time of Ambiguity': 'On Brittain' (Entry Three)

Blake and Julia Schwarz stand next to the brand new, white crib, staring at their beautiful baby boy, Brittain. They gaze into his blue eyes and run their fingers through his soft, blonde hair. 2,003 more words

Christian Thought/Living