Rhyme: Clerihew Poems

The story goes that Edmund Clerihew Bentley, at the age of 16, invented a form of whimsical RHYME while attending classes at St. Paul’s School in London. Interestingly, Edmund and his friends wrote a form of poetry using the following rules: Clerihew –… Read More ›

The Life Cycle of a Butterfly

In our previous post, The Northern Wanderer Returns, we learn about the migration of the king of all butterflies, the Monarch. We see the amazing spectacle near the city of Angangueo, Mexico. In 2010-2011 season, the Rosario Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary received 150 million… Read More ›