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Author Emily Isaacson
is the director of the Wild Lily Institute.
We are a global holistic Institute, located in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia.
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Bringing Poetry to Life with Multi-media Since 2005
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Although poetry is unlike desert,
and prose is like the main course,
dive into some poetry this month
and taste its sweetness.
Own the Poetry Yourself . . .
by Emily Isaacson
The year patriotism reigned. . .
What is a Wild Lily?
Emily Carr used to write about the fields of wild lilies in early British Columbia. If you are wondering what a wild lily is, well it refers in this case to any earth-bound lily in contrast to the gilded lily or fleur-de-lis.
I once said I love you
and that love remains;
constant through years,
the blood in my veins.
I never will leave you,
be I poor or of wealth,
as the sun crosses the sky,
without guile, without stealth.
And though the ashes remain of our years,
they are sacred because of our butterfly tears.
Emily Isaacson, Victoriana
Isaacson's Hourglass poetry
of the United Kingdom,
is emblazoned with its symbols,
character and resonance.
Written by Emily Isaacson,
it is poetry from her book
Isaacson's Hourglass details the
poetry of a waning empire,
on the verge of transformation.
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