Tag Archives: Robert Frost

No Poet at Inauguration 2017

There was no Poetry or Poet Laureate at the Inauguration.  I am pleased.  Do you remember the drivel from May Angelou, the gibberish from Elizabeth Alexander and the rubbish from Richard Blanco? Long gone at the days of a Robert … Continue reading

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“The ground was one circle of solid red.”

It is past the season, but this is fine indeed, and it matches something of my mood and my To Do List. Via the Laudator: Robert Frost, Unharvested: A scent of ripeness from over a wall. And come to leave … Continue reading

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Gathering Leaves

Biretta tip to the Laudator Robert Frost, Gathering Leaves:     Spades take up leaves    No better than spoons,    And bags full of leaves    Are light as balloons.     I make a great noise    Of rustling all day    Like rabbit and … Continue reading

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