Poem of the Day–On quitting school: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

He left school to attend Cambridge. (Written at Eighteen) FAREWELL, 1 parental scenes! a sad farewell! To you my grateful heart still fondly clings, Though fluttering round on Fancy’s burnished wings, Her tale of future joy Hope loves to tell. Adieu, adieu! ye much-loved cloisters pale! 5 Ah! would those happy days return again, When… Read More Poem of the Day–On quitting school: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Easter

The sun shining this morning while I drove down 90 West to Erie, Pennsylvania. The greyness of the past two weeks suddenly forgotten as a red tailed hawk flew out of the clear blue sky in front of the car landing gracefully on a signpost at the side of the road gaze triumphant hope rose… Read More Easter

Poem of the day: ee cummings all nearness pauses …

all nearness pauses, while a star can grow all distance breathes a final dream of bells; perfectly outlined against afterglow are all amazing and the peaceful hills (not where not here but neither’s blue most both) and history immeasurably is wealthier by a single sweet day’s death: as not imagined secrecies comprise goldenly huge whole… Read More Poem of the day: ee cummings all nearness pauses …

Begin again

I won’t have any money she said but that’s okay because we are all a little rough when we all start out I replied softly There is plenty to go around she remarked from the rocking chair on the other side of the porch so dont worry just give it time At night I saw… Read More Begin again