If she asks you If she asks you who I am, tell her. Tell her because she is not starting a fire for an explanation but a confession. If you tell her I was just a girl you dated for a couple of years, she will only give you a hard time. The hundreds of… Read more »
Time is too slow for those who wait, Too swift for those who fear, Too long for those who grieve, Too short for those who rejoice, But for those who love, Time is eternity.
Going Wabac by Graeme King “Now Sherman, set the WABAC to Eleven Sixty-three, we’ll head to France and see the King and Queen, to warn them of the revolution that is soon to be, and give them plans to build a guillotine.
Mi-e grea maturitatea, mi-e greu să fiu docil Aș da orice pe lume să redevin copil Zburdam prin curtea plină cu rațe și găini Trăiau pe-atunci părinții și rude și vecini Mi le-ai luat pe toate și-o lacrimă îmi storci Te duci, copilărie, și nu te mai întorci Nu mai există basme, nici eu nu… Read more »
Be infinitessimal under that sky, a creature even the sailing hawk misses, a wraith among the rocks where the mist parts slowly. Recall the way mere mortals are overwhelmed by circumstance, how great reputations dissolve with infirmity and how you, in particular, stand a hairsbreadth from losing everyone you hold dear. Then, look back down… Read more »
Somnoroase păsărele Pe la cuiburi se adună, Se ascund în rămurele – Noapte bună!Doar izvoarele suspină, Pe când codrul negru tace; Dorm şi florile-n grădină – Dormi în pace! Trece lebăda pe ape Între trestii să se culce – Fie-ţi îngerii aproape, Somnul dulce! Peste-a nopţii feerie Se ridică mândra lună, Totu-i vis şi armonie… Read more »
Over the wintry forest, winds howl in rage with no leaves to blow. – Soseki Haiku Poetry Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry used to describe nature. It is particularly good when used to describe emotions in relation to the seasons. This hub contains haiku poems relating to winter weather. The classic form of… Read more »
Da, plouă cum n-am mai văzut… Şi grele tălăngi adormite, Cum sună sub şuri învechite! Cum sună în sufletu-mi mut! Yes, it rains as I have never seen… And heavy cowbells asleep, How they ring in olden sheds! How they ring in my speechless soul! Oh, plânsul tălăngii când plouă! Oh, the bells‘ lamentation in… Read more »
Armistice Day is on 11 November and is also known as Remembrance Day. It marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, back in 1918. A two minute silence is held at 11am to remember the people who have died in wars.