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April is in my mistress’ face written by Thomas Morley.

April is in my mistress’ face written by Thomas Morley is one of the best-known and shortest of English madrigals; it was published in 1594, and appears to be based on an Italian text by Livio Celiano, set by Orazio … Continue reading

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Writers Are Dangerous People

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Writers Are Dangerous People

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DO IT ANYWAY by Mother Theresa

The verses below reportedly were written on the wall of Mother Teresa’s home for children in Calcutta, India, and are widely attributed to her.  Some sources say that the words below were written on the wall in Mother Teresa’s own … Continue reading

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How Far to Bethlehem

How Far to Bethlehem? by Madeleine Sweeny Miller “H OW FAR is it to Bethlehem Town?” Just over Jerusalem hills adown, Past lovely Rachel’s white-domed tomb— Sweet shrine of motherhood’s young doom. “It isn’t far to Bethlehem Town— Just over … Continue reading

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