Word of the day


Liberty – being free from restriction or control; freedom from unjust or undue government control or restriction; freedom from arbitrary or despotic control; the right and power to act, believe, or express oneself as one chooses or pleases;  being physically and legally free from confinement, servitude, or forced labour; the right or immunity to engage in certain actions without control or interference; the positive enjoyment of various social, political, or economic rights and privileges; breach or overstepping of propriety or social convention; statement, attitude, or action not warranted by conditions or actualities; unwarranted risk; a chance; a, usually short,  period of shore leave for a sailor.

The Physiotherapist’s Piano


This Tuesday’s poem is The Physiotherapist’s Piano by Jenny Powell.

Other Tuesday Poems linked in the sidebar include:

Robert Burn’s poem O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast chosen by Kathleen Jones who includes a link to a reading of the poem.

Liberty by Edward Thomas.

Growing is Forever by Karlie Markle – an audio visual celebration of nature.

Broken Arm by Emma Barnes.

The Picnic by Sarah Jane Barnett.

Blackberry Picking written and read by Seamus Heaney.

Will You Dance with Me by Renee Liang.

Haiku “spring rain” by Kobayashi Issa.

Poetry is Fun by Susan Landry.

I Saw A J0lly Hunter by Charles Causley.

Clarity by Mary McCallum.

There are more – if you click on the first link you can find the rest yourself.

Love in the Early Winter by Jenny Powell.

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