Mending Wall - Robert Frost

Mending Wall - Robert Frost -- one of my favorite poems by Frost. I learned this first in fifth grade, then we studied it again in seventh grade.

All the ladies in this fic are ready to whoop some ass

Medea, women with ancient anger, cruelty of a goddess in their hearts, burn down your kingdoms

I rule the stars.

More or less saying your life is how you make/live it. Your destiny in your hands.but do not ignore destiny helpers along the way // my mistakes belong entirely to me and you can't take them away from me

Do not go gentle into that good night(1951) --Dylan Thomas. Read by Anthony Hopkins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNgYyvd7vkA

I remember growing up how my gramps would want me to memorize this." I know the last paragraph gramps" - that's what I alwaya say

Seamus Heaney's 'When All the Others were Away at Mass' has been chosen as Ireland's best-loved poem of the last one hundred years.  ❤️

'When All the Others were Away at Mass' has been chosen as Ireland's best-loved poem of the last one hundred years. I love this poem, it's wrought with emotion & rich in memory.

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