Monthly Archives: January 2019

“When Daffodils Begin To Peer…”

…from the quills of the dead white poets William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616)   (From “The Winter’s Tale”) When daffodils begin to peer, — With hey! The doxy over the dale, – Why, then comes in the sweet o’ the … Continue reading

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2019 …and the con goes on…

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Useful idiots

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A British-Roman Song (A. D. 406)

…from the quills of the dead white poets Rudyard Kipling (1865 – 1936) “A Centurion of the Thirtieth” — Puck of Pook’s Hill My father’s father saw it not, And I, belike, shall never come To look on that so-holy … Continue reading

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Healthy nostalgia

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger The following is a part of the article HAVE WE REACHED UTOPIA YET? by Stephen Quinton -The Pickering Post : When the Terms Green and Recycled meant Something Else In the forties and … Continue reading

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“Two Suns are Cooling…”

…from the quills of the dead white poets Marina Tsvetaeva (1892 – 1941) “Two Suns are Cooling…” Two suns are cooling – O save me, God! The first – in heavens, the second – in heart. Will I have an … Continue reading

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Warning

  The article below was written by Zuzana Janosova Den Boer, who experienced Communist rule in Czechoslovakia before coming to Canada. She said, “Having recognized all-too familiar signs of the same propaganda in my adopted country of Canada, I felt … Continue reading

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“A Girl Sang a Song…”

…from the quills of the dead white poets Alexandr Alexandrovich Blok (1880 – 1921)   1905 A girl sang a song in the temple’s chorus, About men, tired in alien lands, About the ships that left native shores, And all … Continue reading

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