The Poet’s Lair Gazette (17) — The Wonders of Wilcox
Hello poets and happy June to you!!
Let’s keep this summer light and fun, shall we? Let’s gaze at the stars. Run our fingers along the trunks of trees as we make our way down to a refreshing dip in the creek. Let’s chase star-crossed lovers across the fields of England. Let’s take a road not traveled.
Let’s read some poetry.
Today, we’re diving into the unforgettable words of Ella Wheeler Wilcox. You don’t want to miss this…so grab a quiet moment and settle in. You’ve earned a moment of poetic down time…haven’t you?
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