Limericks to make you laugh from famous poets to everyday people
If there is one thing that I have learned from literature, it is that nothing is quite as it seems on the surface. If you think that you know all there is to know about this classic poem, think again.
If I were an ostrich I wouldn’t have to see All the bad news on the BBC I wouldn’t have to hear About hunger, war and fear I...
National toasts can be great fun and this true Scottish toast is no exception.
A great poem of a Lost Love and the man's realization of what he has done. It is set in an old house on a southern Bayou.
Dr. Seuss made a great impression on me as a child, and I suppose that this is true for many children and their parents, as much today as then. He was the world's greatest poet. I've met his spirit.
The following poem explores the relationship, between the inevitable, and the existential.
My response to the writing challenge issued by Genna Eastman, with a copy of her rules, also a continuation from where ‘always exploring’ a.k.a. Ruby Fuller left off on her contribution.
A satirical poem about the addiction to tweeting.
What is the freedom of 'letting go' and why is very liberating to do so? Take a journey into 'letting go"' through the opposite, mixtures and the void. The obscure may make more sense.