Author Archives: Evelyn

About Evelyn

The Castle Lady Official web site: www.ilovecastles.com other blogs: ilovecastles.blogspot.com evelynsrockpages.blogspot.com evelyns-nailsforlife.blogspot.com

Memories of JFK and the Kennedys

The U.S. has a miraculous coincidence on the holiday calendar that couldn’t be more apropos this year. If you haven’t noticed, this calendar year matches 1978 but more importantly I happened to notice that John F. Kennedy’s birth date (May … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Now

Only one person in a thousand knows the trick of really living in the present. -Storm Jameson If you find that you often don’t sufficiently get the right kind of attention from people you meet or even family and friends, … Continue reading

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He abides

by Evelyn M. Wallace (excerpt from my first book of poetry, Seasons of the Heart) Across a dark, star-filled sky a shooting star soars and falls like a dying bird in mid-flight a wolf cries out his loneliness to a … Continue reading

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A Season of Miracles

For me, Easter and Earth Day are almost synonymous because both signify a God-gifted ability to resurrection, rebirth and eternal renewal. No other time of year is quite the same because the other seasons follow a predictable pattern. Spring is … Continue reading

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On Resurrection Day…

all creation plays a part.

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Ideals

More poetry for Good Friday (My friend Cyclamen here wanted in on the action. It only blooms in winter and goes dormant in summer !) John Dryden was England’s first Poet Laureate and he also had the distinction of being … Continue reading

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Beauty and the Beast

retold by Madame Leprince de Beaumont as the original version Once upon a time there was a rich merchant who had six children-three boys and three girls and his daughters were very beautiful but the youngest was admired the most. … Continue reading

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The Bugle Song

A call for poetry month from The Castle Lady

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The Other England

┬áby Canon E.W. Eyden Behind the dark Satanic mills that spoil our native land, Behind the dismal city streets where crowded houses stand, There lies another country that’s grounded in the past, Where rootless city folk still dream they’ll find … Continue reading

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On the greenest of days…

I want to wish you… a rainbow, for every tear… a smile, for every care a promise and an answer for each and every prayer ! from

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