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So, how do we END AT Krollglish ...???? . We DON’T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (Duh!!!) Movie Night is May 9 th !! OK, well, think back to the beginning of the year… …FORM and CONTENT…. There’s a reason April is National Poetry Month…. The oldest literary form of forms is the circle, the cycle….

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So how do we end at krollglish
So, how do we ENDAT Krollglish...???? 

We DON’T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (Duh!!!) Movie Night is May 9th!!

OK, well, think back to the beginning of the year…

…FORM and CONTENT…



The oldest literary form of forms is the circle the cycle
The oldest literary form of forms is the circle, the cycle…

Because it’s comforting, right? And true…

For every end, there is a beginning:

For every death, there is a birth…

For every darkness, there is a dawn…

For every winter, a spring…


The prologue to the canterbury tales geoffrey chaucer 1340 1400
The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales cycle…Geoffrey Chaucer (1340 [?] -1400)

  • 1Whan that aprill with his shouressoote2: The droghte of march hath perced to the roote,3: And bathed every veyne in swichlicour4: Of which vertuengendred is the flour;5: Whanzephirus eek with his sweetebreeth6: Inspired hath in every holt and heeth7: Tendrecroppes, and the yongesonne8: Hath in the ram his halve coursyronne,9: And smalefowelesmakenmelodye,10: That slepen al the nyght with open ye11: (so priketh hem nature in hircorages);12: Thannelongen folk to goon on pilgrimages,13: And palmeres for to sekenstraungestrondes,14: To fernehalwes, kowthe in sondrylondes;15: And specially from every shires ende16: Of engelond to caunterbury they wende,


Huh translation please
Huh…? Translation, please…? cycle…

  • When April comes, with all of her sweet showers, and bathes the flowers with rain…

  • And the spring breezes blow, with their sweet breath, into all the tender shoots and buds…

  • And the birds are singing and the sun is shining…

  • People want to go on PILGRIMAGES….


Like say
Like, say… cycle…

Leaving HIGH SCHOOL….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

to go to……

Senior Options …

Graduation… Summer….

COLLEGE!!!!!!!!!!!

LIFE!!!!!!!!!



Congratulations at krollglish
CONGRATULATIONS cycle…AT KROLLGLISH!!!!!!!!!


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