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March 22, 2007


Jon Tillman

my blood approves,
and kisses are a far better fate
than wisdom


Some very nice poems... can't believe you actually memorized all of them! Awesome!

My favorite love poem is 'I do not love thee' by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton. Do you know it by any chance?

Come check out my teddies on today's TT :)


Happy T13

Of those I only know "To His Coy Mistress", but I am a little lacking in poetical knowledge, if I didn't study it at school I won't know it :)


I'm not familiar with any of these poems, but I still remember a couple of poems (or at least pieces of them) that I had to learn in high school. The Walrus and the Carpenter, A Robert Frost poem that I've forgotten the name of--the one that says And miles to go before I sleep, The Bells by Poe.

I can't remember what day it is, though. Go figure!


I love love poems! :-) I know most of the ones on your list. My favourite is "How do I love thee" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. I posted it here: http://tinkerbell-nl.blogspot.com/2005/12/and-i-love-you-so.html

My TT lists cars we've owned before our current one.

This Eclectic Life

Oh, my! It's a great memory you have/had. Some of those are unfamiliar to me. I look forward to browsing the links tomorrow. Then I'll tell you my favorite. Good post.


I'll have to come and read those poems, when it's not that late, and that I'm not that tired!!
Tanx for visiting!!

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