THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Loving ode to bridge poets: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Before we move on to the next bridge poem, here is a question to ask you readers: Who was your favorite poet when you grew up and what poems was he/she famous for? I'm completely sure you grew up li... Posted on 5/6/13 at 4:49 AM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Girl Scout Writers - Part One
For several years I have had the privilege of co-leading my daughters Girl Scout troop. The girls are in the 4th and 5th grades now and if youre interested are busy selling cookies!
But thats not w... Posted on 2/18/13 at 5:59 PM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Family ties
Over the past week or so, Ive had flashbacks of long-ago holiday dinners spent around the big table in the dining room of our family home on Galena Street. The faces that I see gathered around that ta... Posted on 3/1/12 at 2:16 AM
HADLEY — If you listen real closely, you can detect a bit of a Western twang in Dale Pavlis’ voice. The country cadence is most pronounced as he recites his poetry.
Poetry inspired by rides on horseback, childhood idols and a heritage on the plains of South Dakota.
Gary Dop of Minneapolis visits Minnesota West
WORTHINGTON — Alex needs an excuse to miss work tonight.
Misplaced car keys? Tore his pants while changing a tire for a disabled vet? Suddenly ill grandma?
I bet we’ve all tried our hands at writing poems, especially when we were young, when times were difficult, or when our lives were filled with emotional events. We couldn’t help it, there was poetry in us!
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