Posts Tagged "education"
I was prompted by the unique significance of the date on Sunday 10th October 2010 to write some words – and set myself a light hearted challenge to only use words containing the word ‘ten’…here’s the result: Tender Words Listen, attend: Countenance Brightened, Heartened, Lightened. Tension softened, Sentences sweetened. Tendrils...Read More
Come and meditate and relax for a while…. Nourishment for Your Soul words, pictures and music to inspire, soothe and delight Did you like this? Share...Read More
Carol Ann Duffy Carol Ann Duffy’s Rapture With Scottish poet Carol Ann Duffy appointed the first female Poet Laureate, it’s a step forward for beautiful, accessible, understandable poetry that appeals to a wide audience. That doesn’t mean Duffy’s poems are not exquisite, well constructed, masterly...Read More
A new friend, Steve Earle, sent me a couple of his poems the other day, he’s a really interesting guy who I’m learning about and I appreciate his writing. One of the poems, called ‘The Sea’ reminded me of a W.B. Yeats favourite ‘The Lake Isle of Innisfree’. Steve’s poem is about a soulful returning to what he knows, to peace and a kind of innocence, a...Read More