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Peter The Great

Another history lesson – but don’t worry il keep it short and sweet. Just the interesting facts. Peter Alexeyevich was born on 9th June 1672 in Moscow. He was the son of Tsar Alexei and Natalya Naryshkina his second wife. Peter and his brother Ivan V co-reigned between 1682 and 1696. This made Peter 10…… Continue reading Peter The Great

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Alexander Pushkin – Angel

Angel By gates of Eden, Angel, gentle, Shone with his softly drooped head, And Demon, gloomy and resentful Over the hellish crevasse flapped. The spirit of qualm and negation Looked at another one – of good, And fire of the forced elation First time he vaguely understood. “I’ve seen you,” he enunciated, – “And not…… Continue reading Alexander Pushkin – Angel

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Nikolay Gumilyov

Nikolay Gumilev was an influential Russian poet, literary critic, traveler, and military officer.   Agamemnon’s Warrior A queer and fearful question is tight, Oppresses my soul and tosses: Can one be alive if Atreus has died — Has died on a bed of roses. All that we dreamed of and everywhere praised, All our longing…… Continue reading Nikolay Gumilyov

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Amelia Earhart

So another history lesson. I love this topic, you know why? Because not only did this lady show her determination to choose her profession in the world of aviation, she proved she was capable of it too! Amelia was born July 24, 1897 in Kansas. She was the daughter of  Samuel “Edwin” Stanton Earhart and…… Continue reading Amelia Earhart

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Versailles – Hall of Mirrors & Jules Hardouin-Mansart

I find it immensely fascinating how a human being can have such talent. I mean if you walk across a building, a well-known one and just look at it. You realise that someone actually made that. The measurements, the materials, the design. It’s just an incredible thought. Now after seeing these pictures I had a sort…… Continue reading Versailles – Hall of Mirrors & Jules Hardouin-Mansart

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Emily Bronte

Another beautiful poem by my fav ❤ Come, Walk With Me – Poem by Emily Jane Brontë Come, walk with me, There’s only thee To bless my spirit now – We used to love on winter nights To wander through the snow; Can we not woo back old delights? The clouds rush dark and wild…… Continue reading Emily Bronte

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Alexander Pushkin – The Dream

The Dream There is so many interpretations this poem could have. I sense a longing for something followed by greed. This greed could be a woman or more than that. A dream where the living being sees himself as the king – who is the most powerful person in the kingdom. However, the dream could represent…… Continue reading Alexander Pushkin – The Dream