Painting Attribution © Mary Ann Wakeley, Flux, (Date Unstated)
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© Jörg Kaminski, Fool’s Gold
‘April Fool’ From ‘The Canterbury Tales’ by Geoffrey Chaucer
‘The Canterbury Tales’ is a collection of 24 stories written in Middle English between 1387 and 1400.
The poem tells of a trick played by a fox. These words, in English, are supposedly the earliest recorded ‘foolishness’ played on April the first.
Poem Attribution © Geoffrey Chaucer, ‘April Fool’(The Canterbury Tales), c.1387-1400
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Image Attribution © Jörg Kaminski, Fool’s Gold, (Date Unstated)
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© Sevitt Francis, Living Waters
Whispers back the day I heard rustle your kind song Spring lifts horizons
Love’s secret garden An elaborate masquerade Twilight’s hidden song
© Sevitt Francis, Fair as the Moon
This collaboration came about through a discussion with Stephen focused upon my original poem inspired by Eugenia’s word prompt ‘Song'(amanpan.com). Stephen’s contribution appeared in my comment box.
Poem Attribution © Stephen Fuller, Whispers Back the Day
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Poem Attribution © Goff James, Love’s Secret Garden
(Loves Secret Garden was originally featured in Eugenia’s Word Prompt Song)
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Image Attribution © Sevitt Francis, Living Waters, (Date Unstated)
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Image Attribution © Sevitt Francis, Fair as the Moon, (Date Unstated)
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My Heart Leaps Up by Willam Wordsworth
Image Attribution © William Wordsworth, My Heart Leaps Up, 1807
Source Attribution A Poem For Every day Of The Year, Edited by Allie Esiri, McMillan – UK
WELCOME TO TANKA TUESDAY! Challenge Badge It’s the fourth week of the month! Ken Gierke selected this month’s theme prompt. On the Monday before the next challenge, I’ll select someone to choose next month’s theme. Have fun! Don’t forget to send me poetry examples for my poetry book. I’ll need: Tanka, Gogyohka, Haibun, Cinquain (all…
Colleen’s 2020 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 166, #ThemePrompt
Today (Tuesday 25th. February) is Shrove Tuesday (also known as Pancake Tuesday) is the day preceding Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent), which is celebrated in some countries by the making and eating of pancakes.
Flipping Pancakes by C.Richard Miles
Poem Attribution © C. Richard Miles, Flipping Pancakes
Source Attribution https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/flipping-pancakes/
Lift Every Voice and Sing by James Weldon Johnson
Image Attribution © James Weldon Johnson, Lift Every Voice and Sing, 1900
Source Attribution https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46549/lift-every-voice-and-sing
© Maria Cristina Navarro, Los Acrobatas del Paraiso
Image Attribution © Maria Cristina Navarro, Los Acrobatas del Paraiso, (Date Unstated)
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In Flanders Fields by John McCrae
The First World War ended on November 11th. 1918.
This date is now known as Armistice Day.
Over 16 million people died in battle or were civilian casualties of the war.
John McCrae was a Canadian doctor. He served as as a Lieutenant-Colonel in the war.
The poem was published in 1915, and its immediate success led to it being quoted in propaganda as part of the war effort. The reference, in the poem, to the red poppies of Flanders has led to the the symbolic significance of the wearing of poppies on Remembrance Day each year.
John McCrae died of pneumonia during combat action in 1918, just eight months before the war ended.
Poem Attribution © John McCrae, In Flanders Fields, (Published -1915)
Source Attribution A Poem For Every Day Of The Year, Mac Millan UK
Image Attribution © Robert Alexander, In Flanders Fields, (Date Unstated)
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