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    Thursday, 28 November 2019

                                        To wish all American friends and colleagues a Happy Thanksgiving Day   A Pilgrim's Prayer   T hat hearth and home may H int of heaven and A utumn's consummation N ourish the latent seed o...
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    Tuesday, 17 September 2019

    "What do you mean, it's wrong? In ethics we learned that the truth is always subjective!" There can be no doubt that the teaching of correct written English has never been for the faint-hearted. So much so that the forensic parsing of paragraphs, o...
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    Thursday, 08 August 2019

      'Flowers appear on the earth;     the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves     is heard in our land.'   Song of Songs                   ...
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    Wednesday, 12 June 2019

      A poem for the season of Ascension and Pentecost...     Like whispering silk, the elm Like Bridal Veil the birch The Groom is gone...the Groom is come! His Body is the Church   The Marriage Bond aspires to realms beyond closed doors A ...
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    Friday, 10 May 2019

        Spring is delivered. The birch, like running cracks against polluted skies, has burst into quivering silk, its leaves busy with allusions to promise fulfilled. In silence it stole its march, though you swore that this year the first...

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Rosy Cole A Pilgrim's Prayer
01 December 2019
When working with children years ago, I created many acrostics. Most had the keyword somewhere down ...
Rosy Cole The Three Pietas
01 December 2019
Your penultimate paragraph sums it up well, that Life consists in faith, belief, in sheer creative i...
Stephen Evans A Pilgrim's Prayer
30 November 2019
I learned a new work today - acrostic - this is a good one!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrostic
Ken Hartke Brickwork
05 November 2019
It caught me by surprise the first time I noticed it. After the trolley man, the house was owned by...
Katherine Gregor Queuing Outside la Comédie Française
03 November 2019
I wish British mothers did, too. Although I suspect that in Paris, too, this is a relatively rare o...