Entries Below Are About The Topic Of W. H. Auden

A poem for April: Carry Her Over the Water

Thereby hangs a tale… April and spring, sunshine and flowers, the birds and trees…all chorusing agreeably, agreeably, agreeably of love. I dedicate this nuptial poem to the beautiful Miss Catherine Middleton, and to her own Prince Charming, HRH, Prince William … Continue reading

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A Poem for January: In Memory of W. B. Yeats

Thereby hangs a tale… Preternatural the cold, snow-fallen and staid. Frozen helm of January, defiant of seed and spade. No less an authority on writing than the man who taught us the exact temperature at which to ignite paper, the writer … Continue reading

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