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April is National Poetry Month. It just so happens that we love poetry. Recently, David barged in when I was taking a bubble bath to read me a poem he really likes by Charles Bukowski. Bukowski is one of David’s … Continue reading
Tagged Academy of American Poets, Carpe Diem, Charles Bukowski, Czeslaw Milosz, Emily Dickinson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, James Wright, Langston Hughes, National Poetry Month, Philip James Bailey, Robert Frost, Samuel Daniel, Stanley Kunitz, Tony Hoagland, Walt Whitman, William Ernest Henley, William Shakespeare
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We didn’t realize we have been living very near a historic plantation until we checked out Waveland. It is only a 7 minute drive from home and very close to the train track. What a neat plantation, complete with a … Continue reading
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Pennyrile Forest State Park lies near Dawson Springs, almost to the Kentucky’s border with Missouri. As we were leaving the next day, we learned that Dawson Springs is the hometown of current Kentucky governor Steve Beshear. It is neat to … Continue reading