Stephen Evans

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Stephen is a playwright and author of The Marriage of True Minds and A Transcendental Journey.

Poetry Day

It seems Monday is poetry day here on Green Room. I like it!

Here is mine:

 

For what is Lost,

  a passing thought,

For what is lost is passing

  and what is passing lost.

 

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Barbara Froman
Love it. So true.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 00:42
Katherine Gregor
Delightful. You should come to Norwich. Lots of poets here.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:11
Rosy Cole
Packs a delicate punch. Hope that's not an oxymoron. Good idea, Poetry Monday. There seems to be a poetry hashtag for every day o... Read More
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:01
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My wit is short, ye may wel understonde

There once was a poet named Chaucer

Who would only drink tea from a saucer.

When asked why, he said,

With an accent well-bred,

to a Chaucer, the saucer is law, sir

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Stephen Evans
Or possibly more appropriately: Whilom was a poete highte Chaucer Who wold ne drinke ale save from a saucer. When axed why, he s... Read More
Sunday, 01 February 2015 04:23
Rosy Cole
Okay, permission to give up the day job at last!!! ... Read More
Sunday, 01 February 2015 12:36
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Small Copy

"What these strong masters wrote at large in miles, I followed in small copy in my acre; For there’s no rood has not a star above it"

Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Society and Solitude

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Virginia M Macasaet
hmmm.... i did very poorly in literature class. I don't understand the fancy language ... Read More
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:56
Stephen Evans
I had to look up rood myself! - it can mean either a cross or a measure of land. I think Emerson is speaking of land here, since ... Read More
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:20
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A Thankful Heart

"A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues."

Cicero

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