Daily Archives: June 1, 2018

Thoreau: “How does it become a man to behave toward this American government today? I answer, that he cannot without disgrace be associated with it.”

Originally posted on Art of Quotation:
“How does it become a man to behave toward this American government today? I answer, that he cannot without disgrace be associated with it.” Henry David Thoreau, author, poet ?

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“Never was there, perhaps, more hollowness at heart than at present, and here in the United States”

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“Never was there, perhaps, more hollowness at heart than at present, and here in the United States” – Walt Whitman, poet, writer ?

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Being English

Originally posted on The Cheesesellers Wife:
Show no emotion, hold everything back Say ’I think we need a bit of support’ when you are under fatal attack Go about your business as the world falls apart Hiding the fear deep…

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davidbrucehaiku: good advice

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 5, Scene 4

— 5.4 — In an open area near the British camp stood Posthumus Leonatus and two jailors. Posthumus felt guilty because he believed that he had caused Imogen to die. The first jailer bound Posthumus’ hands and feet and said, … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Dance Anecdotes

At Westside High School in Houston, Texas, educator Sharon Roberts uses hip-hop dance to keep students in school. This can be difficult. She says, “Working with the boys is like trying to put puppies in a box. You get four … Continue reading

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Edgar Lee Masters: Margaret Fuller Slack (Spoon River Anthology)

I WOULD have been as great as George Eliot But for an untoward fate. For look at the photograph of me made by Penniwit, Chin resting on hand, and deep-set eyes— Gray, too, and far-searching. But there was the old, … Continue reading

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