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Poem of the Week

The daisy follows soft the sun By Emily Dickinson The daisy follows soft the sun,And when his golden walk is done,Sits shyly at his feet.He, waking, finds the flower near.“Wherefore, marauder, art thou here?”“Because, sir, love is sweet!” We are … Continue reading

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Poem of the Week

Snow flakes By Emily Dickinson I counted till they danced soTheir slippers leaped the town –And then I took a pencilTo note the rebels down –And then they grew so jollyI did resign the prig –And ten of my once … Continue reading

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