Category: Poetry

A Cool New Year

It’s Cool to be Nice It’s rather cool to be nice, a necessary trait, no doubt. And if you want my new-year advice: niceness is what it’s all about.   Yet some say it’s cool to be bad. What nonsensical gibbery-poo! That is only a beguiling fad to […]

Merry Christmas 2009

For a more spiritual reflection on Christmas, click Meeting the baby in the manger Santa was late this year and needed some extra help, so the wife and kids jumped in. Mother Santa took a hold of the reins and off they went. What an adventure! See for […]

How do I Love Thee?

Since we all seem to be in a lovvy dovvy kind of mood, set by Lord Byron, here is another beautiful classic, this time from Elisabeth Barrett Browning. Read this to a special someone today, and see what the reaction will be… then give us a full report […]

She Walks in Beauty

For years I have loved this poem. It must be one of the most eloquent declarations of love, all time. She walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that’s best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes: […]