Poetry Corner: “Leisure” by W.H. Davies

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We all have poems that stay with us, don’t we? I remember finding “Leisure” in my Grandmother’s copy of Palgrave’s Golden Treasury. It was the most beautiful little book. A hardback in the kind of green that reminds me of meadows and paddocks. So here, to escape into poetry for a few minutes, is “Leisure” by W.H. Davies:

JuniperPoetry Corner: “Leisure” by W.H. Davies

Ladyguide: Dried Orange Slices

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It’s beginning to look a lot like autumn! I swear I wasn’t going to say the “C” word. I promise. Now that autumn is here and there are less than three months until The Festivity That Shall Not Be Named, I am already wanting to bring some loveliness into our home. Mr. Juniper could be heard exclaiming, “But it’s not … Read More

JuniperLadyguide: Dried Orange Slices

Poetry Corner: “There’s a certain Slant of light” by Emily Dickinson

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This is a poem that I came across thanks to a certain YA novel. It’s a poem that I feel I need to keep coming back to; like there’s something more to find each time. So here is “There’s a certain Slant of light” by Emily Dickinson to wind its way through your mind for a few minutes. Can you spot … Read More

JuniperPoetry Corner: “There’s a certain Slant of light” by Emily Dickinson