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Tall Tales: Apocalypse Now


O Beautiful Morning!
Hast thou no warning?
An imminent Doom
Lies up ahead?

Some Trouble is coming,
A horrible storming;
Blue, white and gold… 160 more words

Poetry - The Stuff Of Life

Awakenings (or food problems)

In your food there is a heavy draught drugging horse.
The others chitter chatter spoon it up.

Danger in eggs and potatoes in broth. Circle…

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Poetry Like

Anglo-Saxon Poetry

As poetry began as song and was easier to memorize because of the rhyme scheme and the rhythmic pattern, Anglo-Saxon poetry outstripped the period’s prose. The poems were passed from one generation to another by word of mouth.  818 more words

British History

On the Deaths of Charles Williams and Harold Ladoo

On this day, 70 years ago, Charles Williams passed away in hospital. His death came as a shock to his family, his closest friends, and his many followers. 1,256 more words

C.S. Lewis


Quotas and quotas,

The swelling of sluggishness, digging the nation down,

Never ending holocaust and depression,

For merit and excellence.

Here the Koel stammers its dying throat, 156 more words



Lives were rattled in a moment,

Only devastation and devastation!!!!

The empire of death and destruction,

Deaths, blood, wounded and  Hunger!!!

Crying, wailing but no solace. 120 more words


Dickinsonian, Delphic, and Dreamlike: Kathryn Levy's "Reports"

In her collection of poems, Reports (New Rivers Press, 2013), Kathryn Levy presents a distillation of hurt, regret, and wonder. This is verse that eschews sentiment. 1,456 more words