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- Who are you, anyways?
That turned out alright, though. He wasn't ever sad. But it was sad. It was tragic. most agile, most eloquent, most true. On stage. In a sport. When you read a set of words that hold power to change your life. Does it have a name? It has many. "Soul" is ...
- Recommended Online Reading: Conversations From A Room (Leonard Cohen Interview) by Tom Chaffin
Conversations from a Room by Tom Chaffin (Canadian Forum: August/September 1983) is an outstanding interview that makes for rewarding reading. It is saturated with significant Cohen quotations on performing concerts, Montreal, poetry, politics, songwriting ...
- The Final Bend - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
When the eyes blur and ears fail to hear, We forget the names of those we love dear. Each day brings us closer to that final bend Like a leaf from the tree, to the ground we end.
- The People of Crimea
"I was forced to flee Luhansk, Ukraine, because they shelled my home. I've been staying with a friend in Yalta for several months. Yes, I am a Cossack. Yes, I am sad."
- American Life in Poetry: 'All the Questions'
We do not accept unsolicited submissions. American Life in Poetry is made possible by the Poetry Foundation (www.poetryfoundation.org), publisher of Poetry magazine. It is also supported by the department of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
- Things I Heard Last Wednesday - Poem by Hans Ostrom
The more your head is in the sink, the better. You can't be cold. I've never driven anything nice before. Nutrition is near Produce but off to the left. The archive belongs to the family, but it's held by the company. That doesn't mean he didn't call.
- Everything I Know About Sex I Learned from '90s Teen Site gURL.com
Disappointed with the celebrity-focused, body-shaming stuff they found in many teen girl magazines of the day ... Sleater-Kinney, and wrote poetry.â€ So much of being a teenage girl is suddenly having your entire existence framed in relation to boys ...
- Killing in Britain spawns a reckoning over rhetoric on eve of EU vote - Washington Post
Washington PostKilling in Britain spawns a reckoning over rhetoric on eve of EU voteWashington PostVarious British media outlets also reported that Mair had subscribed to a South African magazine published by the White Rhino Club, a pro-apartheid group. Nick Lowles ... Also left in tribute: heartfelt letters, poems and cards expressing sorrow and ...and more »
- Dark Devotional: Creating From The Wound
These are the moments that must be recalled time and time again so that we might stay afloat and keep creating. â€œPoetry is the way we help give name to the nameless so it can be thought. The farthest external horizons of our hopes and fears are cobbled ...
- 10 Days Calendar
10 a.m.-4 p.m. â€œA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forumâ€ A live body painting show and art exhibition. Guests can watch as models are transformed into living art via body paint. The line-up also includes musical acts, poetry and performances.
- Don't Care 1962 - Poem by Terry Collett
Mum was annoyed that he came last Sunday. As if I had planned it. Don't you do anything she said. Do any what? He kissed me. Warm kiss. The pen blobs again. Damn it. She dabs at it with blotting paper. When he kissed me I felt funny inside.
- New Poetry Book Speaks How To Live Life
Kelley-Davis penned poems that reflect her life and the choices she made ... AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, Inc. self-publishing imprint, is a leading provider of book publishing, marketing, and bookselling services for authors around the globe and ...
- EXCLUSIVE: An Interview With Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Greg Pardlo
This is apropos, of course. However, it should be said that poetry can do more than helplessly lament. I wonâ€™t suggest another inaugural poem, but I would like to call attention to a healing poet whose ecumenical worldview is the exact anodyne for the ...
- The Dying of Colors
This is a poem I wrote about myself, or, more specifically, my battle with depression. It is one of the most personal things I have ever written, and it will always hold a special place in my heart. Blue is the color of the neverending sky, So full of ...
- They Correspond
In â€œAdmonitionsâ€ with poems and letters dedicated to his poet friends. Spicer compounds the boundaries of the personal and the public space through the form of the letter by maintaining an intimate tone as is typical in, and dictated by the rhetoric of ...