Tag: poetry

“though poppies grow in Flanders fields”

“though poppies grow in Flanders fields”

the story of poppies, and why they symbolize our veteran heroes- for Memorial Day

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day

  Those we remember on Memorial Day As the daughter and wife of United States military veterans, I appreciate all the other families of those who served. I am saddened to remember all the men and women who have gone to fight for this great nation and didn’t make it home.   We celebrate the … Continue reading Memorial Day

Weekend Words for Mother’s Day

Weekend Words for Mother’s Day

Robert Browning, poet  "After reading Elizabeth Barrett’s Poems (1844) and corresponding with her for a few months, Browning met her in 1845. They were married in 1846, against the wishes of Barrett’s father. The couple moved to Pisa and then Florence, where they continued to write. They had a son, Robert “Pen” Browning, in 1849, the … Continue reading Weekend Words for Mother’s Day