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- Not everyone can join the American nation
Even so, I was surprised to see this: a reporter and a White House official debating poetry. Iâ€™m referring ... Mr. Acosta took the position that the poem established policy: an American commitment to admit â€” in perpetuity and presumably ever increasing ...
- Teens wrestle with health and homework in Forward's 'I and You'
The unlikely alliance of these two seemingly star-crossed teens forms the tender heart of â€œI and You ... Anthony bounds unbidden into her room carrying a volume of poetry, specifically Walt Whitman, whose â€œLeaves of Grassâ€ theyâ€™ve been assigned ...
- Two poems of memory and madness by Omair Bhat
I will desert my poem and say farewell to words to struggle for meaning of the only blessed word. I am old enough to smell stone on my fingers. It is my weapon. I feel it is a rigid surface in my sleep. I will fight you with it.
- Seen@ Poet Lynnette Johnson's One Woman Show at Palate Restaurant in Springfield
Johnson is a Wilbraham poet whose work covers multiple types of love with a mix of humor, and has authored three poetry books, "I've Been Meaning to Tell You" in 2014, "Only Love Can Do That: A Collection of Poetry Inspired by Love," and "Purple" in 2015.
- â€œA Sweetness in This Senseâ€: On X. J. Kennedyâ€™s â€œThat Swing: Poems, 2008â€“2016â€
The poet feels picked up, used like a pen. In my whole life thatâ€™s happened â€” when? ten times? Far oftener, a poem suggests its rhymes, Grants me a word with which a word might mate, A seed to plant and carefully cultivate. Letting no option ...
- Community News For The Vernon Edition
ACE Members: Free; Non-members: $5 Suggested donation ... He won first prize in the 2017 Al Savard Memorial Poetry Contest of the Connecticut Poetry Society. Victoria Nordlund, Rockville High School's English Department Chair and a UCONN adjunct professor ...
- Rhiannon Giddens, Toshi Reagon, And Young Paris To Join A TIME LIKE THIS: MUSIC FOR CHANGE
A Time Like This: Music for Change also kicks off the third Create Justice forum (March 11-13), a national initiative led by Carnegie Hall and the Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network that focuses on the intersection of arts and juvenile justice reform.
- Daily News proudly writing history
The Press Run raises funds for elevating literacy and provides free newspapers to student classrooms throughout Galveston County.
- Review: â€œPoetry Saved My Lifeâ€ â€“ An Evening with an Immigrant
Poetry that sings his story and illuminates his life ... Upon arrival, he announces: â€œThis is as kinky as it getsâ€, before tugging off the robe and revealing dark skinny jeans, Adidas Gazelles and a T-shirt that bears the phrase: â€œNEVER FORGET ...
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- Inspirational teamwork and divisive differences explored
Stories of teamwork overcoming the odds are often moving; by adding a feminist spin, this one is also inspirational. Thanks to its language-loving writers, it is gorgeous to listen to, stumbling only when the poetry gives way to soap-opera dialogue ...
- Urduâ€™s Indian roots highlighted at poetry event
Indore: Urdu, commonly misconstrued as a language that originated from Islam-dominated countries, is actually an Indian language that originated in military camps of Mughal kings. This theory was shared on Sunday at an exhibition-cum-poetry reading session ...
- 14 Award-Winning Poetry Collections That Deserve Your Attention
As much as we poetry lovers might not like to admit it ... Mai Der Vangâ€™s striking collection, Afterland, tells an intimate and painful story of family â€” one of Hmong people who were forced out of Laos as refugees. Itâ€™s a story of displacement ...
- Sister Bay: Poetry reading, tea schedule
This will be an opportunity for you guys to hear some unique interpretations of fantastic poetry. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and is in the Meadows wing of SCAND. Enter under the main entrance portico and turn right at the main hallway.
- VIDEO: Look Up â€“ A Poem That Will Inspire You to Put Down Your Smartphone
A spoken word film for an online generation. â€˜Look Upâ€™ is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone.