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Tag Archives: Poetry
Poem to a lost friend evokes love and longing
There is an old joke among writers that nobody likes to write but everybody likes to have written. Nothing could have been further from the truth for poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay (1889-1950). Her love affair with words began … Continue reading
Toast a loved one goodbye with a sweet melody
The traditional Scottish farewell song “The Parting Glass” is best paired with a loved one’s favorite drink and some warm-hearted company. Before Robert Burns wrote “Auld Lang Syne” — a tune still greatly favored to say goodbye to the year … Continue reading
Funeral poem finds something to celebrate in the hardest of times
“Try to Praise the Mutilated World” (2002) by Polish poet Adam Zagajewski resonates with his characteristic themes of night; dreams; history and time; infinity and eternity; silence and death. By facing the world’s sorrow with clear eyes, yet turning again … Continue reading