We as the Muses of many things tend to ramble (or muse) about different concerns on the Purpose of Life, the Best Way of Life, the Integration of Active and Contemplative Life, and the occasional snarky comments on Incidents in Life.  Be enlightened with the witty observations posted here.


Critical Mass Poetry
De Descriptione Temporum
A Guide to Carmina Burana
Large Fat Sighings, or Yet Another I love Jane Austen
Louis and Lewis
Me & Myself
More: On Education
“My Gracious Silence”
Of Sts. Crispin and Crispian
Of Trees and Poetry
Off the Cuff
On Peace Signs
Optimists, Pessimists, and Physicists
Raphael and Rilke
Reality: Experience and Ignorance
A Solis Ortus Cardine
Why Educate?


Adventures in Calefaction
Cure for the Common Thursday

Curtailing Evil
Grammar Dragon
Iocane Powder, and Other Life Lessons
Lafing Snail
My Favorite Things

Shelob in the Bathtub
Taking Up Arms and Velcro
Thalia and Terpsichore’s Dictionary. Part 1
Thalia and Terpsichore’s Dictionary: Take Two
Thalia and Terpsichore’s Dictionary: The Friend Edition


Epic Many Men of Fiction
The Feminine Mystique: Catherine of Aragon
The Feminine Mystique: Nora Charles
Short Men
Thank a Man


And Yet The Books (Milosz)
Ash Wednesday (T.S. Eliot)
The Book of My Enemy Had Been Remaindered
Ego Dominus Tuus (W.B. Yeats)
Food. Possibly a Poem. (Gertrude Stein)
The Flea (John Donne)
Goldengrove Unleaving (Hopkins)
Heraclitean Fire (Hopkins)
The Jaguar of Your Mountain (Anonymous)
Love Calls Us to the Things of This World (Richard Wilbur)
O! Happy Mariners! (Tolkien)
Marina  (T.S. Eliot)
Porphyria’s Lover (Robert Browning)
The Shyness of Beauty (Laurence Binyon)
Sigh No More (Mumford & Sons)
Starlight Night (Hopkins)
Treasures (“Junk,” Richard Wilbur)
Wind and Rain (Shakespeare)


Children’s Games
Of Nameology
You are a Fishmonger!
A Soup By Any Other Name
Nameology: Appellations for Your Household Plant


Amor de la Selva
Gato de la Selva
Of Spurious Sparrows and Catullus
Swashbuckling Mastery and Catullus
Und Gott Befiehit mir, daß ich schriebe
Ich bete wieder, du Erlauchter
In Natales et Pascha Concurrentes


Valentine’s Day:


5th Grade Compliment
A Very Merry Unbirthday!
An Unapologetic Stance
Artist’s Sketchbook #1
Artist’s Sketchbook #2
Apples and Pears
Baby Loon
Bake with Yeats: Irish Cream Cake
Band Aids
Battling Sloth
Beauty, Whiskey, and Helen
Birthday, birthday, birthday to you!
Celebrating the Equinox
A Collection of Oddments Occasioned by Paper-Writing
Concerning Pirates
Concerning Signage
A Dairy Tale
A Dairy Tale, Part II
Daughter Much Afraid
De Harenaportibus
Death, Death, Death, Death, Lunch!
A Dilemma of the Authoress
The DJ in My Brain is Fired
Dreams that Never Die
Egotists Abound!
Fashion Flash: Wedding Dress of Glory
Gear Shift Modulation
Ginger Tea
Granny: or, Opening an Old Machine
Great Excuse
Havana Bourbonade
How to Open A New Book
I Make My Own Awkward
Ideas in Abundance
In Which There is a Wurm
Interior Houses
The Life Romantic
Locusts in My Brain
My Tobacco Road
Off-Kilter Analysis: The Princess and the Pea
On Moving, Maxims, and Maintenance
On Posturing
One Fish, Two Fish
Party Like It’s 345
Perilous Pronouncement
Polliwog Pond of Death
Real Life Word Twisting
Rest for the Spirits
Saintly Superpowers
Samsung and Struwwelpeter
Searching for Scarey Sentances
Semi-Obligatory Self-Improvement Scheme
Throw it Away!
Things O’ Joy
To Be Happy
To Be Happy: Read Agatha Christie
Twin Compasses
Veni, Creator Spiritus
The Wabe
When Academia Dreams…
Wiki-hopping: Blue
Wine-Tasting with Sebastian Flyte
The Worst Question in the World
Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate’s life for me!

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