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puppies and monks and medieval memories By David McLean
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A Heavy Hands Ink chapbook from David McLean, puppies and monks and medieval memories is a daring, thrilling collection of poetry. McLean's writing is dark, thought provoking, and hard-hitting.
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A Heavy Hands Ink chapbook from David McLean, puppies and monks and medieval memories is a daring, thrilling collection of poetry. McLean's writing is dark, thought provoking, and hard-hitting.
Medieval History Copybook, HWT Cursive By Julie Shields
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A collection of stories, songs, poetry and sayings from the middle ages, to used as copywork exercises. Lines are formatted using the HWT (Handwriting Without Tears) cursive font. Intended for... More > grades 3-6. An excellent resource for classical and Charlotte Mason-styled education.< Less
A Book of Poetry By Alex Foltz
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I wrote this, it has 21 poems inside. Please purchase!
A Collection of Poetry By Peter Allen
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A Collection of Poetry is a compilation of 200 poems written in my early twenties. The topics range from human emotion to fantastical, medieval to modern.
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A Collection of Poetry is a compilation of 200 poems written in my early twenties. The topics range from human emotion to fantastical, medieval to modern.
Songs of Wales: A Poetry Collection By G. R. Grove
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Most of these poems have been published before in one or another of my previous collections, although there are a few new ones at the end. However, although a good portion of my work over the last... More > twenty years has been connected with Wales and the Welsh, these poems are intermingled with an assortment of other material in my two trade paperback collections (King Arthur’s Raid on Hell and Other Poems and Pryderi’s Pigs and Other Poems), with brief extracts from the Storyteller books in Storyteller Songs, and with other religious poetry in Druid Songs. I therefore decided to draw together most of my Welsh material in one small-format volume for the convenience of the reader uninterested in, e.g., material connected with the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) or with other Indo-European traditions. I have also included a few pieces not previously published. - G. R. Grove< Less
The Kaleidoscope Chronicles : Poetry In Three Voices By Phibby Venable, Emily Burns, Sel Whiteley
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The wonderful thing about epiphany is that it belongs to us all-- the junkman singing "Ave Maria" at three in the morning, the teenage boy reading something in the smile of the girl in the... More > second row, the child looking through a cardboard tube with mirrors and bits of colored plastic. It is one of life's happy paradoxes that we can catch a glimpse of true perfection--God, harmony, the music of the spheres, call it what you will-- in the simplest of ways, through the simplest of vessels. We do not have to throw ourselves into volumes of philosophy or medieval abbeys to find our epiphanies; sometimes, we just need to dig into the bottom of an old toy chest, and, becoming innocent and curious children once more, put the end of the kaleidoscope up to our eye...< Less
The Kaleidoscope Chronicles Poetry in Three Voices By Phibby Venable, Emily Burns, Sel Whiteley
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The wonderful thing about epiphany is that it belongs to us all-- the junkman singing "Ave Maria" at three in the morning, the teenage boy reading something in the smile of the girl in the... More > second row, the child looking through a cardboard tube with mirrors and bits of colored plastic. It is one of life's happy paradoxes that we can catch a glimpse of true perfection--God, harmony, the music of the spheres, call it what you will-- in the simplest of ways, through the simplest of vessels. We do not have to throw ourselves into volumes of philosophy or medieval abbeys to find our epiphanies; sometimes, we just need to dig into the bottom of an old toy chest, and, becoming innocent and curious children once more, put the end of the kaleidoscope up to our eye...< Less
Spanish Poetry: X-XVII Century By Tony Marsh
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Tenth to seventeenth century Castillian, Galician, Catalonian, and Arabigo poetry translated to contemporary Spanish, and English.