Modelled after the famous Speakers Corner in London’s Hyde Park, where everyone in the Kingdom – one at a time – could let off steam, express an opinion, be critical of government, church or a neighbor, present a new plan to save the world and more without fear of recrimination by the authorities. And this right was written into Common Law.
This is your speaker’s corner; use it to write a sentence, a paragraph or a page It will be read and a response is likely.
Also use this page as a Guest Book to register your presence.
Oh, when to the heart of man
was it ever less than a treason
To go with the drift of things,
to yield with a grace to reason.
To bow and accept the end
of a love or a season.
by Robert Frost