Tag Archives: Butterflies

Silent Songs of Spring

To start poetry month off with a grand start here are four offerings for Spring: April from Moods, Songs and Doggerels by John Galsworthy Starry-eyed in April morn, Rain bells glitter on the thorn. Birds are tuning down the lane … Continue reading

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All about the Hits !

It’s been a long time in between the present and the last time I posted the hits on this blog since it’s been a WordPress blog. So, here’s something on the stats especially for all my faithful followers. This blog … Continue reading

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Song of the Last Flight

The poet who wrote this was the mother of a lifelong friend of my family, John Roddy. I did not know that John’s Mom was a published poet until she passed away more than a decade ago at the age … Continue reading

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A mother’s love and a child’s response

During the eighteen months ensuing the passing of my mother I have been about the intense business of sorting through her possessions, financial records and personal effects, single-handedly. Among all this unorganized maze of the possessions of her life I … Continue reading

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April

   Once again, it’s April and as you should know by now, this is poetry month. There will be a lot of my favorite poems which I haven’t put up before, a little more of Warwickshire in the form of … Continue reading

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The Bow and the Butterfly

traduction par Evelyn Wallace de l’origine Francais par Bernard Bluteau du son livre de le meme titre. translation by Evelyn Wallace from the original French by Bernard Bluteau from his book of the same title. L’arc et le papillon I … Continue reading

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What to do ?

Le poème suivant c’est un traduction ( de la part de, moi-même, tiens, vraiment !) d’écrit de mon ami Bernard Bluteau du titre Quoi Faire? originalement, de son dernière livre L’Arc et Le Papillon. C’est le deuxième traduction j’ai faire … Continue reading

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