Posts Tagged 'Emily Miller'

New Year’s Eve Cryptoquote Spoiler – 2018

Then sing, young hearts . . . with never a thought of sorrow; the old goes out, but the glad young year comes merrily in tomorrow.”   —   Emily Miller

(From her “New Year Song” poem.  It is one of the few poems that I am fairly familiar with.  It is a great New Year poem!   Be well and do good, friends.  A better and more peaceful new year for all of us.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 12/31/15

Auld Lang Syne, by E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm)

Auld Lang Syne, by E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Then sing, young hearts, with never a thought of sorrow; the old goes out, but the glad young year comes merrily in tomorrow.”   —   Emily Miller

(I think it’s a pretty safe bet that this is Emily Huntington Miller, and not the Emily J. Miller, who’s the semi-notorious “chief investigative reporter” for the local Fox affiliate in Washington, DC.  This is one poetic quote that doesn’t require a Masters degree in English Literature.  And, for that I am very thankful!  Peace, Love and Prosperity to all in 2016!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 12/29/14


English: A marble bust of the poetess Sappho, ...

English: A marble bust of the poetess Sappho, Roman, found in Smyrna, present-day Izmir, Turkey. The bust is on display at the Istanbul Archaelogical Museum. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Then sing, young hearts that are full of cheer, with never a thought of sorrow; the old goes out, but the glad young year comes merrily in tomorrow.”   —   Emily Miller

(This is the 19th Century poet, and not the pretty little conservative journalist who loves to pose with her guns.  We must be in for a few days of New Years’ quotes, ’cause it’s only Monday.  Oh, yeah!  And, were smack dab in the middle of Kwanzaa!  So Happy Kwanzaa to all who celebrate.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

 

New Years Eve Cryptoquote Spoiler – 12/31/12

Emily Macafore

Emily Macafore (Photo credit: dingler1109)

Then sing, young hearts . . . with never a thought of sorrow; the old goes out, but the glad young year comes merrily in tomorrow.”   —   Emily Miller

(The . . . stands in for “that are full of cheer”.  It was a fairly lengthy quote without those words, so I’m sure it was just a matter of space constraints.  It still works.  This kind of poetry is very easy for yer dim uncle to process!  Be safe tonight, crypto-fans.  May 2013 bring you peace of mind.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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