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About irinadim

Kookaburra sweet, you neither chirp nor tweet. Your laughter is much like mine, my cackle is much like thine. We are two sister souls, one clad in feathers, the other in clothes. ~ Irina ~ I’m a budding blogger. Poetry and photography are my newest passions, living in perfect harmony inspiring each other. I like both free verse and form poetry and am quite proud to let you know that I am the creator of a new form named ‘tercetonine’. Blog Name: Irina's Poetry Corner Blog URL:

Calla Lily – Haiku

  Shiny pink blossom Calla Lily’s sculpted head Indoor cheerfulness   Copyright 2018 Irina Dimitric Update  3 August 2018 Just found out on Instagram that this is Anthurium , not Calla Lily! 😀  So here’s a small adjustment : Shiny … Continue reading

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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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To an Unknown Bloom – Rhyming Tercet

❤ You might be called a common weed Yet, in my not so perfect garden You are a blessed breed Without much effort on my part You thrive and smile Each morning when I start My rounds of greetings With … Continue reading

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A Short Analysis of Emily Brontë’s ‘Love and Friendship’

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When she died in 1848, aged just 30, Emily Brontë had written just one novel, Wuthering Heights. Of course, that novel was a classic and remains one of the most popular and widely read Victorian…

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For Anzac Day 2018 – 25 April

❤ I made this collage for my profile photo on Facebook to celebrate Anzac Day this year. In the group photo my dad, Lt Col Dr Bogdan Stojic, is easily recognisable in his Yugoslav uniform. These are the brave POW doctors … Continue reading

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Anzac Biscuits – Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh

Originally posted on Irina's Poetry Corner:
2015 is the ANZAC Centenary year, so I’ve chosen for this post fresh, crunchy, delicious and nutritious ANZAC Biscuits, sent by mothers, sisters, wives and sweethearts to soldiers in WWI. They were all…

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Pink Lily – Cinquain

~Pink Lily ~ My relationship with these beautifully sculpted blooms is definitely a strained one. Ever since I was struck down with that strange malady called Chronic Fatigue (some medicos don’t believe it exists!), my sensitivity to strong smells, even nice perfumes, has … Continue reading

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Sweet Memories – Cinquain

❤ Moments Of shared jokes and Crazy laughs between us Sweet memories when we were young My son ❤   Copyright © Irina Dimitric 2018

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The Girl With Dark Hair – Sixty Years Ago

Our love story began here, on Mount Jahorina in Bosnia in March 1958. ❤ ❤ He spotted her dark hair And her chirpy chatter Among the giggling girls There was love in the air   He searched on the mountain … Continue reading

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