The phrase is 213 years old and contains a hidden message to live by.
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"Roses are red, violets are blue, I won't go hungry if I can work for you."
The times, they are a changin'. When word of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize triumph caught wind, the literary world broke into heated, divisive debate. Does a songwriter deserve the recognition ― and money ―...
We need to get verse out of its hearse.
Written by Jenifer Toksvig, the poem was inspired by the stories and testimonies of people fleeing their homes and the items they took with them.