Tag: poem

The Ivy Green

The brave old plant, in its lonely days, shall fatten upon the past: For the stateliest building man can raise, is the Ivy’s food at last.

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Holy Sonnet X

You only get to die once. Practice scorning death now so that you regard it with the proper contempt when the time comes.

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The Joy of Sonnets

The sonnet form gives the poet precisely 140 syllables in which to make a point. One might think this would be limiting. Quite the opposite.

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Christmas Poetry

The Church has long found poetry to be the best means for speaking of and celebrating this great mystery of the two natures of Christ.

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