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Sonnet / To the South Downs by Charlotte Smith

Another strong poet from when women were kept weak, Charlotte Smith had a childhood as turbulent as the landscape she describes here is pacific. She said she became a legal prostitute at 15 because she was wed off to a … Continue reading

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Kulfi the Fat Cat

Kulfi the Fat Cat We could all use a happily ever after story. Even if it involves fat shaming a heavy gato.:-) ————– Provided to YouTube by The-Source Kulfi the Fat Cat · Ghizela Rowe · Kim Maerkl · Kim … Continue reading

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My Lady by Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz

Updated September 3, 2021 My Lady by Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648? – 1695) The bells of passion and love in poetry chime uninterrupted through the centuries. In this poem, one lady … Continue reading

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February Twilight

Name a sweeter 26 second poem. I defy you! February Twilight by Sara Teasdale (1884 – 1933) Read by Ghizela Rowe I stood beside a hill Smooth with new-laid snow, A single star looked out From the cold evening glow. … Continue reading

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A Sample of Beachey Head

A Sample of Beachey Head This is just a portion of Beachey Head, written by Charlotte Smith and read by Ghizela Rowe. Beachey Head is an amazing word portrait, you can almost picture the chalky bluff at Beachey Head and … Continue reading

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