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Something Wonderful

The Coin Sara Teasdale Into my heart’s treasury I slipped a coin That time cannot take Nor a thief purloin — Oh, better than the minting Of a gold-crowned king Is the safe-kept memory Of a lovely thing.

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Something Wonderful

This evocative poem is from Anthem: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen (see “Beguiling Music): The Stranger at the Door Richard Paul & Ron Bremner Hello, you who are the stranger who knows exactly who you are I see you coming … Continue reading

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Something Wonderful

April Sara Teasdale The roofs are shining from the rain. The sparrows tritter as they fly, And with a windy April grace The little clouds go by. Yet the back-yards are bare and brown With only one unchanging tree– I … Continue reading

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Something Wonderful

As we enjoy warm, balmy weather and calm, sunny days, a lovely poem: Peace Pleace flows into me As the tide to the pool by the shore; It is mine forevermore It will not ebb like the sea. I am … Continue reading

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