96 years old and STILL perfectly fangled... Express.co.uk "He also used the phrases 'more new-fangled than an ape' in As You Like It, 'May's new-fangled mirth' in Love's Labours Lost, and 'new-fangled garments' in his sonnet 91," I added.
A Gather of Shadow is a slim volume that begins with a bang and ends in a comforting whisper. This new offering from Mark Roper is divided into two sections: ‘Keep-Net’ and ‘A Gather of Shadow’, the first being a miscellany of nature poems and the second addressing the passing of a loved one. Throughout the collection Roper weaves in a strong thread of spirituality. It’s difficult not to polarise or alienate readers when bringing in spirituality, particularly for those who have experienced religion as a force for expulsion,
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace. I love thee to the level of every day's Most quiet need, by sun and ca...
Craft some couplets about Madison and your poetry might go public Capital Times If you like to write short poems, or are tempted to try your hand at it, check out Madison Metro's 2013-14 Bus Lines poetry contest.
Sydney Morning Herald Writing Is Act of Discovery For a Poetry Popularizer Valley News You may think writing poetry is all about gazing at the stars in the sky and the bluebells in the fields, then being struck by divine inspiration.
The Irish Literary Times provides up-to-date coverage of Irish literary news and events in a magazine format via articles available online.
The site is curated by Gerard Beirne an Irish poet and novelist now living in Canada. His most recent collection of poetry is Games of Chance:A Gambler`s Manual (Oberon Press). His novel The Eskimo in the Net (Marion Boyars Publishers) was shortlisted for the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award and was selected by the Literary Editor of the Daily Express as his Book of the Year “scandalously ignored by the Man Booker judges...”.
I sit here and watch You grow day by day And I often wonder The words that I’ll say What tidbits of wisdom Will I impart Will I remember To share my heart I plan to be there To teach you to drive To help you reach for The goals that you strive The...
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