Dangerous Beauty written by Jeannine Dominy, from the book by Margaret Rosenthal Veronica Franco: I will confess, Your Grace. I confess that as a young girl, I loved a man who would not marry me for want of a dowery. I confess I had a mother who taught me a different way of life, one I … Continue reading Dangerous Beauty
Across the the gray sky came such sunshine of a song that I stopped my walk, stood still and listened to the meadow lark. It is a trill of a song, speaking of light shining through morning grass wet with dew. It seemed to dissipate all gray. Its cadence so pure, it is how goodness … Continue reading Oh! How the Meadow Lark Doth Sing!