Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sonnet I: That which Sings

Originally posted on David Emeron: Sonnets:
I sing to thee of winter’s rain, my sweet; I sing of hours spent and hours kept; Of all the dreams beneath this rain, we’ve slept; For all the time I’ve held thy head,…

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Of books and their friendship

I have grown up in a family where mother is an ardent reader, while father is just a newspaper reader. Being elder son, I am closer to my mother, and therefore I think that it’s from her that I have … Continue reading

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