Charles Clanton Rogers

Reflections based on poetry, music, visual art, book reviews, history of science, first-person history, philosophical essays and International Blogging

“A hundred million miracles, Are happ’ning every day, And those who say, They don’t agree, Are those, Who do not hear or see.”1 I arrived at my freshman year of college, an undeclared major, without a commitment to a profession.  My course selection consisted of graduation requirements, one of which was a year of science.  …

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I can’t remember not knowing Skipper. He was my father’s best friend. Everyone called Earl Farnsworth, “Skipper” as he was, among many things, a Sea Scoutmaster. Skipper and my father loved the outdoors, photography, camping, cooking, eating and sleeping in the woods, which they did at least once a quarter, Autumn, Winter, and Spring. I …

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I was born a patriot. My green shoot flowered on December 7, 1941. Franklin Roosevelt spoke to me from the family radio with his fireside chats throughout the Second World War. My uncles were the epitome of the American citizen-soldier fighting force. We had a Blue Star flag in our window and my Grandmother and …

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Food for Poetryy

eat, sip, travel, click, pen down poetry = Helps best reflect on life !

The Wine Wankers

G’day, you’re at the best wine blog ever! We're all about wine; without the wankery.


(旧・しまやん香港アジア支局) 人生は旅のすべて、日々を綴っていきます。

L.T. Garvin

Eclectic blog: short fiction, poetry, humor, occasional dreams and wild book schemes.


hand knits + patterns inspired by nature

Exploring the history of prisoner health

Prisoners, Medical Care and Entitlement to Health in England and Ireland, 1850-2000

Story Life

Insights from the creative journey to becoming an author

A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval

Leonard Durso

"Literature is language charged with meaning." Ezra Pound