A. N. Moore (@anmooreword) on Instagram: “The Emptiness"

A. N. Moore (@anmooreword) on Instagram: “The Emptiness"

I speak of love that comes to mind: The moon is faithful, although blind; She moves in thought she cannot speak. Perfect care has made her bleak. I never dreamed the sea so deep, The earth so dark; so long my sleep, I have become another child. I wake to see the world go wild. - "An Eastern Ballad" by Allen Ginsberg - Google Search

I speak of love that comes to mind: The moon is faithful, although blind; She moves in thought she cannot speak. Perfect care has made her bleak. I never dreamed the sea so deep, The earth so dark; so long my sleep, I have become another child. I wake to see the world go wild. - "An Eastern Ballad" by Allen Ginsberg - Google Search

the way to painted her hair with stardust. Poem love poem original poetry typography by EyeCandyPictures, $10.00

Poem love poem original poetry typography typographic print love letter love note love quote typewritten wedding vows stardust decor NOVA 16

the way to painted her hair with stardust. Poem love poem original poetry typography by EyeCandyPictures, $10.00

Blake - Victorian Art Poetry Print - To See a World in a Grain of Sand Poem - Dreamy 19th Century Illustration

Blake - Victorian Art Poetry Print - To See a World in a Grain of Sand Poem - Dreamy 19th Century Illustration

Ballad Poem Lesson - Using "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" and "The Cremation of Sam McGee"

Ballad Poem Unit

Ballad Poem Lesson - Using "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" and "The Cremation of Sam McGee"

To close out our month-long Ballad theme, we offer a ballad infographic featuring famous ballad poems and folk songs, ballad poets, a little bit of history, and a piece of “The Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes. tweetspeakpoetry.com #poetry #infographic #english #teachers

To close out our month-long Ballad theme, we offer a ballad infographic featuring famous ballad poems and folk songs, ballad poets, a little bit of history, and a piece of “The Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes. tweetspeakpoetry.com #poetry #infographic #english #teachers

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