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This clogyrnach/acrostic of mine made the Top 10 list on WD Poetic Asides:
Last night the western welkin shone
In bridal glory, moonlight donned
The pure white and red
As Mars Venus wed;
Night is dead —
You are gone.
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“Don’t panic, because everything is probably all right, and if it’s not, panicking will make it worse.”
— From “The One Memory of Flora Banks” by Emily Barr
An exhilarating read, equally enjoyed by both my sixteen-year-old daughter and my–going on forty five–self.
There might be quite a few good stories/poems here.
Why don’t you unpack them?
(Wish I knew the authorship of the artwork, so I can give credit.)
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