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Quotations from Classic Love Poems

Celebrating the spirit of love Compiled by Ann-Marie Imbornoni Read some of the most popular love poems of all time by a poets ranging from Shakespeare to Nikki Giovanni. Shall I compare t…

Poem: Summer's Armies

Poem 51 Poem 53 Summer's Armies Some rainbow coming from the fair! Some vision of the world Cashmere I confidently see! Or else a peacock's purple train, Feather by feather, on the plain F…

Bouvet Island

The most remote spot on earth Landing on Bouvet Island is no mean feat — even the navigator who discovered it (and whose name it bears) was unable to do so. …

Sara Teasedale: From the North

From the NorthThe northern woods are delicately sweet, The lake is folded softly by the shore, But I am restless for the subway's roar, The thunder and the hurrying of feet. I try to sle…

Understanding the Summer Solstice

In 2017, summer begins June 21, 12:24 A.M. EDT (04:34 UT*) by Karen Barss Related Links Earth's Seasons: Video and Activities Summer Solstice The Solar System The Sun …

Summer Guide

Read all about the summer season, Americana, summer entertainment, and other hot topics.   The Summer Season | Americana | Entertainment | Fun & Games …

Summer Guide

Read all about the summer season, Americana, summer entertainment, and other hot topics.     The Summer Season | Americana | Entertainment | Fun & Games …

Summer Poetry

And an oily smoke that rolls through the trees/ into the night of the last American summer . . . —Major Jackson compiled by David Johnson Read more verse honoring the s…

From the Tetons to the Mandans

Chapter 4 Chapter 6 From the Tetons to the Mandans "On the morning of September 25th," says the journal, "we raised a flagstaff and an awning, under which we assembled, with all …

Christina Rossetti: Love from the North

Love from the NorthI had a love in soft south land, Beloved through April far in May; He waited on my lightest breath, And never dared to say me nay.He saddened if my cheer was sad, But …