Category Archives: Literary Criticism

DON’T LET THEM CUT YOU DOWN

Don’t let ANYBODY cut you down! Be they hipsters or just fuddy-duddies, forget the epithets they spew, and take a cue from your best buddies– remember all the sides and parts of you that are deeply beautiful and true, and … Continue reading

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SUMMER’S SONG OF ITSELF

I wanted to share a nice quote from William Carlos Wiliiams. But, I noticed, when referring back to the page I’d seen it on, that my brain had inadvertently changed the wording. His quote: “In the summer, the song sings … Continue reading

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HAMLET– ONE HECK OF A PLAY

“Good-night, sweet prince;/ And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest” ~Hamlet Act V, Scene ii (One heck of a line). Spoken by Horatio, who was one heck of a friend. Written by Shakespeare, who was one heck of … Continue reading

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