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I was just typing on MSN messenger it was really difficult. I was trying to write a poem so I could come back here later and add to the website.
So here is the poem at MSN website and remember originally this blog was made by transferring an MSN blog to WordPress. They offered the transfer when they phased it out. Not long after they phased out Google Wave. Then the phased out Google share. Its only a matter of time before Google if it so decides Google + is no longer needed.
Dot dot dot
dash dash dash
This poem is a mismash
I spec on the borders
And a glitch on the frame
It goes rickerty racket, rickerty racket
Always and always sounding the same
Of one of those poems
That makes the whole floor groan
And as I speak the floor boards go
(you guessed it) rickerty racket, squeak squeak squeak.
Its only a matter of time till I fix it
And when I do I do some other stuff.
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That is the Crimean War, which lasted from October 1853 to February 1856.
Balaklava from Guard’s Hill, Crimea, 1855, Roger Fenton, The Royal Photographic Society Collection © National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
The Crimean War of the 1850s was caused when Russia moved southwards into Crimea to gain control of the warm water ports of the Black Sea which didn’t freeze over in the winter, and were essential if Russia was to build a strong navy and benefit from all year round international trade.
The Ukraine crisis echoes Fenton’s early war photography in Crimea.