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Mother, Summer, I By Philip Larkin

For Mothers Everywhere Mother’s Day 26th March 2017, ROI  (This Sunday) Mother, Summer, I By Philip Larkin My mother, who hates thunder storms, Holds up each summer day and shakes It out suspiciously, lest swarms Of grape-dark clouds are lurking … Continue reading

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Top 25 most famous librarians in history

Title: Top 25 most famous librarians in history Author: Abe Books Full Text & Source: http://www.abebooks.com/blog/index.php/2009/02/18/top-25-most-famous-librarians-in-history/ The Internet, Online, 28/2/2015 Text: I saw this list of the 25 most famous librarians to ever live on the Books Inq. blog and … Continue reading

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No Road By Philip Larkin

Since we agreed to let the road between us Fall to disuse, And bricked our gates up, planted trees to screen us, And turned all time’s eroding agents loose, Silence, and space, and strangers – our neglect Has not had … Continue reading

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