Daily Archives: September 8, 2017

davidbrucehaiku: PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR’S THE TWO SISTERS (ON THE TERRACE)

PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR’S THE TWO SISTERS (ON THE TERRACE) *** https://pixabay.com/en/sisters-girl-on-the-terrace-74069/ *** the beauty of spring a celebration of art the beauty of youth Advertisements

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davidbrucehaiku: wisdom dispensed here

https://pixabay.com/en/books-shelf-rack-library-school-2567259/ *** WISDOM DISPENSED HERE *** Wisdom dispensed here Libraries, schools, and churches Bring own container *** Wisdom dispensed here Libraries, schools, and churches Bring an alert brain

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The Militant Negro™ Bloogin Tips

Reblogged on davidbruceblog.

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#Haiku 74: Soar & Wait

Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
Suspended in air Rapid movement of wings sing Sending soul soaring Copyright©2017 Linda Lee Lyberg Photo courtesy of: Tracy Villalobos https://colleenchesebro.com/2017/09/05/colleens-weekly-poetry-challenge-no-49-haiku-tanka-haibun-soar-wait/

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Daily Haiku: Tomorrow’s Red

Originally posted on Urban Poetry:
An urban daily haiku, “Tomorrow’s Red.” Have you ever walked through an old farm orchard? The fragrance is intoxicating when the blossoms are in full bloom, and the sound of the bees buzzing doing their diligent work.…

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David Bruce: Autographs & Inscriptions Anecdotes

The great Norwegian soprano Kirsten Flagstad used to enjoy giving autographs to fans who wrote to her for them, but she was surprised when several fans complained that the autographs weren’t genuine, but were instead written by her secretary. After … Continue reading

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s “The Two Noble Kinsmen”: A Retelling in Prose — Act 2, Scene 3

— 2.3 — In the country outside Athens, Arcite, wearing an ordinary cloak that disguised his nobility, said to himself, “Am I banished from the Kingdom? It is a benefit, a mercy I must thank them for; but being banished … Continue reading

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