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Shel Silverstein should be read to every child. I still have Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic.


William Shakespeare's Sonnet 18, "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day..." is found within the series of sonnets under the section "The Young Man" sonnets. This sonnet is one of the well-known sonnets, and essential when introducing shakespeare to students. This sonnet also is great to study poetry structure- iambic pentameter, the 14 lines, the couplet, and the rhyme scheme. Lexile measure: 1170L. (Within Grade Level.) 11-12th Grade.


Roses aren't always red & violets aren't exactly blue, the society we live in never seems to speak the truth. Smiles aren't always happy & frowns aren't always upset, people judge too quickly & our feelings are what they forget.

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Today is the anniversary of the day in 1846 when Elizabeth Barrett eloped with Robert Browning. Description from I searched for this on

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Road Less Traveled

Experience all that there is for you, and discover who you truly are, in the present moment. For more travel tips and inspiration visit #inspiration #travel

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Classic Poems for Kids to Memorize

Classic poems for kids to memorize that they will actually love. Kids have great brain power and poems they learn now will stay with them forever.


this is by far my favorite piece of work. i wish i could find a way to make it a tattoo Ulysses, Alfred, Lord Tennyson More