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Redneck Valentine’s Day Poem

If you forgot the holiday, there’s still hope! Give your beloved this poem….better yet, read it out loud! Redneck Ode on Valentines Day An excerpt: Me ‘n’ you’s like a Moon Pie With a RC cold drank, We go together Like a skunk goes with...

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Corn Poppy – Identification and History

Arty’s Garden Corn Poppy – The Poppy of Memorial Day The corn poppy (Papaver rhoeas) gets its name because it commonly grows amid fields of cereal grains such as wheat or oats – sometimes referred to as “corn” in England, Ireland and Scotland. (In America we use the word to refer to maize, a crop...

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To a Roach – A Poem

from NURSERY RHYMES FOR THE TENDER-HEARTED by Christopher Morley (1890-1957) (Dedicated to Don Marquis) SCUTTLE, scuttle, little roach— How you run when I approach: Up above the pantry shelf, Hastening to secrete yourself. Most adventurous of vermin, How I wish I could determine How you spend your hours of ease, Perhaps reclining on the cheese....

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What is a Sercy?

When I was in college I had the privilege of working as a camp counselor at Rock Eagle 4-H Camp in Eatonton, GA. The four summers I spent there were some of the happiest of my life. We taught swimming, crafts, nature study and other practical skills to thousands of elementary-aged kids. At night and...

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Summer Earth Poetry with Stephen Wing

Poets have celebrated the Earth, its seasons, its creatures, its beaut,y and its bounty. Poets have also grieved the destruction of nature and the growing spiritual separation between human beings and our planet. Poet Stephen Wing will introduce some of the voices of this poetic tradition and offer a chance to write a poem of...

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