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jprapke: A Bride by James Whitcomb Riley 'O I am weary!' she sighed, as her billowy Hair she unloosed in a torrent of gold That rippled and fell o'er a figure as willowy, Graceful and fair as a goddess of old: Over her jewels she flung herself drearily, Cru…

G97816960Girl: Antique (1916) The Works of James Whitcomb Riley

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nphs_athletics: New Story: Boys Junior Varsity Baseball beats James Whitcomb Riley 17 - 1

LiterateIndy: Bub Says. (James Whitcomb Riley)

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CrownHillCem: On this day in 1879, James Whitcomb Riley made his first appearance on stage as a reader of his poems.His powers of reading were quickly recognized and he hit the road in ever-widening circles for the next several decades.

LiterateIndy: "And then to hear the bluebird whet His old song up and lance it through you, Clean through the boy's heart beatin' yet - Hallylooya!" May, 1912. All The Year Round, James Whitcomb Riley. Illustrator Gustave Baumann.

state_library: James Whitcomb Riley, the "Hoosier Poet," was known nationally for his dialect verse. One of his best-known poems is “Little Orphant Annie.” Lines from the poem are printed on this postcard with whimsical illustrations and Riley’s reproduced signature.

ReallyRadley: One of my favorite poems as a child: James Whitcomb Riley's "The Bear Story".

Mr_Asq29: And you—oh you, who the wildest yearn For an old-time step, and the glad return, Think of him [her] faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Here. Think of him [her] still as the same. I say, He [She] is not dead—he [she] is just away" - James Whitcomb Riley

CrownHillCem: Here’s a James Whitcomb Riley poem set to music. Anne Hills gave a concert in the Gothic Chapel way back in 2009.

Nlsbarza: Annie is based upon the popular Harold Gray comic strip Little Orphan Annie and loosely based on the 1885 poem "Little Orphant Annie" written by James Whitcomb Riley. And no one sings "Tomorrow better than McArdle.

MelanieJaxn: It is no use to grumble and complain; It's just as cheap and easy to rejoice; When God sorts out the weather and sends rain– Why, rain's my choice. -James Whitcomb Riley

Laurenjindy: Honored to join my colleague Principal Arthur Hinton, our James Whitcomb Riley School 43 Teacher of the Year Da'Meisha Fleming, and others for this great event. All are welcome to join.

KHCPL: James Whitcomb Riley charmed audiences with his oratorical skills, and his imitation of rural Indiana dialects earned him the nickname “Hoosier Poet.” Source:

plastic_bio: An’ the Gobble-uns ’ll git you Ef you don’t watch out. - James Whitcomb Riley

graywyvern: "Of crisp and raspish flutterings" --James Whitcomb Riley

RayBoomhower: "Remember, a great many of our citizens would rather have a loafer in the family than a writer." Lew Wallace to Booth Tarkington (Photo: Wallace and James Whitcomb Riley)

antiquebooksden: THE GIRL I LOVED by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY

RayBoomhower: To Martin, Indiana's heroes were Abraham Lincoln and James Whitcomb Riley (Theodore Dreiser and Eugene Debs were from Terre Haute but were not "hallowed," he noted). Martin especially wanted RFK to visit, with some of his children along, Lincoln sites in southern Indiana.

rojamelex: The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. -James Whitcomb Riley From the Motivation app:

oschene: From Orphant Annie's Storybook, Johnny Gruelle, after James Whitcomb Riley

antiquebooksden: RILEY ROSES by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY

MelanieJaxn: To make the world a friendly place one must show it a friendly face. ~ James Whitcomb Riley

MeherajTomal: Found this recently, simply mesmerizing from Little Orphant Annie James Whitcomb Riley- 1849-1916 Little Orphant Annie's come to our house to stay, An' wash the cups an' saucers up, an' brush the crumbs away, An' shoo the chickens off the porch, an' dust the hearth, an' sweep

JeopardyTweeter: Category: A Category Full Of Holes ($1000) This "Hoosier Poet" recalled "long, lazy... happy days of yore" in his poem "The Old Swimmin' Hole" . . . . . . . . James Whitcomb Riley

PradeepRajM01: From Poem by James Whitcomb Riley

antiquebooksden: THE GIRL I LOVED by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY

IndyEnc: Winifred Conrick Kahmann was an occupational therapist and an influential champion for the profession. In 1924, she developed one of Indiana’s first programs at James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children which became one of the country’s best-known occupational therapy programs.

LiterateIndy: Weather forecast for the week, courtesy of James Whitcomb Riley:

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pamelahawley: The Classic Pamela Positive: “What Delightful Hosts ― Life And Love!” – James Whitcomb Riley

michellekafer: And the birds sang out so loud and good, In a symphoney so clear And pure and sweet that the woodman stood With his ax upraised to hear, And to shape the words of the tongue unknown Into a language all his own:— - James Whitcomb Riley Liberty, 1878

rossvilleES: 35th annual James Whitcomb Riley poems!

antiquebooksden: RILEY SONGS OF HOME by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY

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MelanieJaxn: To make the world a friendly place one must show it a friendly face. ~ James Whitcomb Riley ~

nwi: Indiana has been home to many great writers like Gene Stratton-Porter, Booth Tarkington, Meredith Nicholson, Theodore Dreiser, Lew Wallace, George Ade, Dan Wakefield, Haven Kimmel, John Green, James Whitcomb Riley and Hammond's Jean Shepherd.

JGKAPrincipal: Students from the James Whitcomb Riley Success Academy made and delivered some personalized bird houses today. Thank you for your gift and for your message about making good choices and building character.

RayBoomhower: Author Booth Tarkington claimed that in company with Benjamin Harrison and James Whitcomb Riley, this woman “would necessarily have been chosen . . . as one of the ‘three most prominent citizens’ of the place.” Her name: May Wright Sewall

KenOwenPR: Tuesday office view. I pulled one of my James Whitcomb Riley kitchen chairs (they were his) out on the deck — so nice!!!

HistoricalColl: Unusual 1912 James Whitcomb Riley Carved Wood Artifact + Knee Deep In June Book

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ibtouchdown: "I quarrel not with destiny, But make the best of everything— The best is good enough for me." --- James Whitcomb Riley

ibtouchdown: The Best is Good Enough by James Whitcomb Riley

plastic_bio: The ripest peach is highest on the tree. - James Whitcomb Riley

holson_sheryl: " Burns's influence on American vernacular poets such as James Whitcomb Riley and Frank Lebby Stanton has been acknowledged by their biographers.

antiquebooksden: RILEY SONGS OF HOME by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY

marianhssports: New Story: Boys Varsity Basketball beats James Whitcomb Riley 66 - 53

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INDSRSA: Mr. Dunbar died way too early due to bouts with pneumonia but he was a prolific writer in his last few years. It is easy to see that the works of his contemporary James Whitcomb Riley did influence Dunbar.

LiterateIndy: "Now you have something no one else has." A James Whitcomb Riley Valentine:

marvinmitchz: Random quotes The anger of a person who is strong, can always bide its time. James Whitcomb Riley

SaishaSharma14: The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. -James Whitcomb Riley TEJASSWI AS NAAGIN PRATHA

InadeBree: ‘I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead. He is just away. With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land …’ James Whitcomb Riley James Dean reading Riley’s poems

jprapke: A Bride by James Whitcomb Riley O I am weary!' she sighed, as her billowy Hair she unloosed in a torrent of gold That rippled and fell o'er a figure as willowy, Graceful and fair as a goddess of old: Over her jewels she flung herself drearily, Crump…

rowena_monte: The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. -James Whitcomb Riley MYGZTERS UNITED4MYGZ

LiterateIndy: Then blow, Winds, blow! And rave and shriek, And snarl and snow Till your breath grows weak – While here in my room I'm as snugly shut As a glad little worm In the heart of a nut! (Winter Fancies, James Whitcomb Riley)

GreenfieldComm2: Our 2nd reason to love Greenfield? The James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home and Museum! For your next event, shower or other social activity, you can even rent out Lizabuth Ann's Kitchen through the Riley Home for a fun and memorable event space!

ShroyerCrystal: James Whitcomb Riley - Wikipedia He is a relative of mine & I think it is very special.

WFYINews: Greenfield city officials argue that a local nonprofit group can’t provide proof of ownership for much of the collection of writings, furniture, paintings and other items stored at the James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home and Museum.

HistoricalColl: Unusual 1912 James Whitcomb Riley Carved Wood Artifact + Knee Deep In June Book

WFYINews: The future of a museum dedicated to the life of famed Indiana poet James Whitcomb Riley is troubled by a dispute over control of its artifacts collection.

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michelecbalas: “The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come.” – James Whitcomb Riley

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MaxLewisTV: The James Whitcomb Riley museum is a staple of Greenfield. But its future is uncertain with a major dispute over who owns the artifacts in the museum

FOX59: They belong in a museum... but who owns the famed Hoosier poet's artifacts? The historical society and the City of Greenfield can't agree.

CBS4Indy: They belong in a museum... but who owns the famed Hoosier poet's artifacts? The historical society and the City of Greenfield can't agree.

SaishaSharma14: The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. -James Whitcomb Riley EMERGING WINNER TEJASSWI

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directorcia: When I see a bird that walks like a duck and swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, I call that bird a duck - James Whitcomb Riley

SusieHQ: Hoosier favourite poet? James Whitcomb Riley, whose yours?

chymaker: coming from the effort of a third party”) SEC had approached this case completely from regulators indoctrination of James Whitcomb Riley' Duck Test which says "when i see a bird that walk like a duck, swim like a duck and quack like a duck, i call that bird a duck"

SaishaSharma14: The most essential factor is persistence – the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come. -James Whitcomb Riley ONE WOMAN ARMY TEJASSWI

CrownHillCem: With an elevation of 842 feet, the Crown offers an amazing 360-degree view of the entire Indy skyline, and since the burial of James Whitcomb Riley at the top in 1917, many others have followed. See who we’ve featured in January!

nphs_athletics: New Story: Boys Junior Varsity Basketball falls to James Whitcomb Riley 48 - 30

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WomanToday2: While living in Indianapolis, she became friends with the poet James Whitcomb Riley, with whom she shared a strong interest in American dialects and whose career she helped to launch. 14/

ApolloDave2: If your parents scared the crap out of you as a child by reading Little Orphan Annie by James Whitcomb Riley, raise your hand.



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