Robert Frost is probably best known for his “road less travelled” poem. In the spirit of this week’s theme of Remembrance I am diverging and focusing on his lesser known war poems, including the enigma of the ‘lost poem’.
And I fell in love. Who wouldn’t, as child, love the sounds and feelings of reeling off the wonderful, fabudosous sounds of McCavity, Rum Rum Tugger, Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer?
I cannot say that I relate to all of her poetry, but I admire her honesty as a poet. Straight forward language written in a complex structure produces a depth of writing; powerful and memorable.
An excerpt from The Borough: Peter Grimes by George Crabbe
Blossom and bees
Achieved through mutual