Category Archives: Poetics

Poetics: THE TRAVELERS…

THE TRAVELERS… To those who would follow the dream…and overcome… The travelers moved from East to West The tribes, the camps, each following the Quest. Mountains rising, valleys descending Rivers flowing, fish jumping, the travelers meet their test. Banners of … Continue reading

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Husbands Are Happy When Their Wives Are Happy (But Not The Reverse)

Husbands Are Happy When Their Wives Are Happy (But Not The Reverse) H/T  CH A new study finds that husbands’ happiness depends on their wives’ happiness. The authors did not find a significant association between spouse’s marital appraisals and own well-being. … Continue reading

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Support Our Authors: Peer Reviews

Support Our Authors We have many qualified and brilliant Writers, in many different genre’s, it is important that they All be supported by all of us. One way to do this, is to write Reviews (intelligent and comprehensive) for your … Continue reading

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The Fable of the Ducks and Hens

The Fable of the Ducks and Hens Part II See Full Poem…

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Poetics Of The Day: The Only Time I Miss Him

The Only Time I Miss Him   I let him go all too soon Thinking I was trading what was right For what was wrong. I realized all too quickly What a terrible mistake I made So I tried to go … Continue reading

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Remembering Rudyard Kipling: December 30, 1865 to January 18, 1936

Remembering Rudyard Kipling: December 30, 1865 to January 18, 1936 Greg Johnson   John Collier, Portrait of Rudyard Kipling, circa 1891 1,401 words Nobel Prize-winning poet and novelist Rudyard Kipling was born on this day in 1865. For an introduction … Continue reading

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The Mighty Oak & The One Pagan-Europe

Originally posted on Vinland Shore:
The mighty Oak has served as a key symbol for Indo-European belief since the very earliest religious and spiritual practice in the continent. Once the Christian expansion began in Europe there was a war not alone…

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Rise Of The West: The ‘Spirit’ Of Race

The Races of the Spirit Julius Evola 1,325 words Editor’s Note: Some questions for discussion: Does the concept of “spiritual race” simply amount to types of character? If so, then why speak of spiritual races at all? Why not reserve … Continue reading

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Legs Gallery 114 – With JD McPherson’s “Why Lady Why”

Looking good, Sadman…

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Inked Girls Gallery 120 – With Volbeat’s “16 Dollars”

Rising Western intentions.

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