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Point A to Point A

Today at Real Toads, Gillena is prompting us with Francois Villon’s poetry.  We are to read a poem and pick a line from it with a quote and use the quote to construct a poem.  73 palabras más



Where are the snows of yesteryear? – François Villon

January Snow Storm – 2

January Snow Storm – 1

January Snow Storm – 3

January 2018 Raleigh, North Carolina

Epitaph (Ballad in Which Macheath Begs All Men For Forgiveness), and The Threepenny Opera censored

Someone must take an iron crowbar
and stave their ugly faces in!
All I ask is to know it’s over,
praying that they forgive my sins. 924 palabras más

Rogues In Fiction

Singing Poetry: Debussy and Villon

After debating this in my head for some time, I’ve decided to post my usual “Music Monday” (or “Tune Tuesday,” based on my timing) recommendations on my blog. 339 palabras más


Villon (Basil Bunting)

Poem: Villon
Poet: Basil Bunting
Link: Villon

“Vision is lies,” Basil Bunting says near the start of “Villon,” and indeed it is, for one in conditions such as these: 874 palabras más


A Poet of the People: François Villon in "If I Were King"

The original, 1855 edition of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass begins with a free-wheeling prose introduction, touching on poetry, philosophy, and the American experience. Among the many topics Whitman covers is the role of poetry and the poet in the world of politics and government. 1.213 palabras más