Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Rose That Doesn’t Wither – Cinquain

❤ The rose That doesn’t wither Grows in my heart steadfast By passage of stormy weather Untouched ❤ Inspired by a bunch of red roses I received from Sasha for our son’s birthday on 9 July that look still quite … Continue reading

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The Happiest Day of My Childhood

Originally posted on Irina's Poetry Corner:
Today is 13 July. On this day 69 years ago, my dear father came home from a POW camp in Germany. I’m not superstitious in general, but that day was Friday 13 and…

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