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- An afternoon of poetry and song
â€œWeâ€™ll perform a song based on her poem, â€˜Heart, We Will Forget Him.â€™ She was a reclusive person, so to have her write this passionate poetry is really interesting.â€ Other poems that will be highlighted during the Bel Canto concert ...
- The Unflinching Sensuality of Ren Hangâ€™s Photographs
The portraits, taken with a point-and-shoot film camera, seem like snapshots, yet they are crafted with deliberation, with bodies â€” and body parts â€” set in utterly awkward positions that form charismatic, frisky visual poetry. Photo from Ren Hang ...
- Seen@ The Emily Dickinson Museum for Amherst poet's 186th birthday
But for fans of her work (she wrote nearly 1,800 poems), her poetry is very much alive. Although only a dozen or so of her poems were published in her lifetime, she is widely considered today as one of the most significant of all American poets.
- Guardian children's books festival 2016 â€“ what's on
Poetry lovers shouldnâ€™t miss performance poet Joseph Coelho ... Throughout the day, thereâ€™ll also be free book-ish events for kids: from a book swap to reading tips from the Guardianâ€™s book team.
- Sunday Series Poetry Readings
Clinton Art Gallery continues their Sunday Series Poetry Readings on August 21st with poets Jane Dâ€™Arista, Nancy Meneely, and Sara Ingram. The readings will take place in Clinton Art Galleryâ€™s Laurel Ann Olcott Art Center at 20 East Main Street, Clinton.
- The Poetry That I Am: Poetry Basics for Kids
This workshop is the perfect opportunity for kids to forget everything they think they know about poetry! Run by Newtown Literary, children will be free to express themselves through poetry without worrying if they are "doing it right". Students will focus ...
- Not enough
One day sunshine,next day darkness. One day life, next day death. It's right around the corner just waiting for you to reach for it. Sticking out your hand inches away from it. Finally reaching the edge and it slowly takes away your body. Every day you ...
- She Makes the Dirty Work Look Like a Degas
The book, which she called a â€œprose poem novelâ€ (and which is quite ahead of its time as a hybrid text), chronicles her affair with a British poet named George Barker.
- COWBOY POETRY: Luck or Fate
The mountain lake was sheer as glass. No sign of wind in sight. A place to give the horses rest. Our day was starting right. The trucks were parked two miles away. Our climb was done somehow. The cell phones had no service. Yeah right! Can you hear me now?
- Hat Heaven, poem by Karen Eastlund (LOST AND FOUND Poetry and Prose Series)
She is retired after teaching preschool and providing childrenâ€™s programs at her local library. Karen enjoys her grandchildren, travel, music, reading, gardening, and the practice of writing. She posts regularly on various childrenâ€™s poetry blogs.
- Boy's cerebral palsy poem hailed 'inspirational'
A 16-year-old boy with cerebral palsy says he's been "blown away" by the reaction to a poem about the condition. Kingsthorpe College student Callum Burnham, from Brixworth, near Northampton, said he was at the lowest point of his life after turning 16, but ...
- David Duchovny Through the Ages
He goes on to earn a Master of Arts in English literature from Yale before putting aside his doctoral thesis, Magic and Technology in Contemporary Fiction and Poetry, to pursue acting ... Shoe Diariesâ€™ sensual and erotic tales of sensuality and eroticism.
- This Week in the Blogs, September 24 â€“ 30, 2016
itsy bitsy) publishers with the ability to host their own ebooks on ... author of The Weight of Him. Donâ€™t miss â€œPoems Silly and Serious,â€ readings from the work of Gabriel Fitzmaurice, one of Irelandâ€™s favorite childrenâ€™s poets.
- LIVINGSTON: How we can grow our children to be global citizens
I have read this poem in its entirety dozens of times, created new poems with numerous children over the years and continue to return to the lyrical language that I believe reminds us that we are part of a big world, and how big or small we make it is up ...
- Celebrating the Mystic Tradition of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya
In ancient India Patanjali recommended seven stages of sanctification to be experienced by the follower of the Divine path of mysticism, recounts Rajendra Sarup Bhatnagar in his book, â€œMysticism in Urdu Poetryâ€. The same path was divided by the Buddha ...