Modern life is very fast and we often have little time for reading. However, there is always a minute to read a short poem. My hope is that you will find something for yourself on this blog.
How were these poems created? I love reading. As many other people, I have very little time to read whole books (however, I still allow myself this luxury =)), but reading a poem requires little time. I always wanted to read poems which can encourage on the way of studies, work, and different life situations. Alas, few such poems have been found. So, I decided to write what I would like to read. The result is the poems which you can find on this blog.
Why blog? I want to share something that I would like other people to share with me. In other words, I like such poems, and if you like them too, but have found few, then this blog is a great way to catch up! In addition to sharing, a blog is also a good way to preserve poems (I found that ink fades with time).
Errors? You have noticed that this blog is multilingual. This means that some of these languages are my second etc. language. If you see an error, please, let me know so that I could correct it. Thank you!
1. “About” page: Drwilsonjjj, “Lake Moraine 030” July 12, 2010, via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0.
2. Search results: Gunnsteinn Jonsson, “Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel 560(2)” [modified] February 22, 2008, via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0.
3. The blog header background: Ananth BS, “Canadian Rockies” [modified] October 17, 2005, via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0.
All the above images were accessed on October 16, 2018.