Quote by Anne Campbell: “You are the trip I did not take, you are the pe...”
Goodreads helps you follow your favorite authors. Be the first to learn about new releases! Follow Author. You are my Honolulu moon, you are the book I did not write, you are my heart's unuttered tune, you are a candle in my night. You are the flower beneath the snow, in my dark sky a bit of blue, answering disappointment's blow with "I am happy! I have you! The problem with socialization theories is that they ask the environment to do all of the work.
A little less than a year back, I wrote about Edgar Guest , the longtime poet of the Detroit Free Press who published a poem in that paper seven days a week for thirty years. Anne was born in rural Michigan on June 19, , possibly finished high school, married the Detroit News writer and future Detroit city historian George W. She published her first poem where else, right? For a bunch of blurbs and publicity materials about her, check out the pamphlets here and here. She died in But under the cover of innocence—the kitchiness, the schoolroom, the slightly baby-talk language, the rudimentary rhymes, etc. View the discussion thread.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. You are my Honolulu moon, you are the book I did not write, you are my heart's unuttered tune, you are a candle in my night. You are the flower beneath the snow, in my dark sky a bit of blue, answering disappointment's blow with "I am happy! I have you! Share this quote:. Like Quote.
You are the trip I did not take, You are the pearls I did not buy, You are my blue Italian lake, You are my piece of foreign sky. I have you! Here is a woman who is essentially a poet of the common-place.
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My parents were Canadian born children of immigrants, the English, my father; and the Croatian, my mother. After a stop in Canada in , my English grandparents moved to Detroit where my father grew up. His brother, Oswald King, a Benedictine monk was my godfather, whom I loved visiting as a child at St. I grew up in a large family, in and around Saskatoon. One summer I worked at SaskPower, in Regina where I met, and married, my Engineer husband and soon had three children.