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- Rick Rubin Talks 'Breathtaking' Poetry of Tom Petty
"He didn't think he could do it again, so it reserved a haunted place in his psyche," 'Wildflowers' producer says of triple-platinum LP Producer Rick Rubin recalls Tom Petty's "breathtaking" poetry when reflecting on their time working together in the ...
- Sleep and Death
The poem is an emotional manifestation of a grief-stricken south Kashmir youth on seeing gory dance of death all around. It depicts the state of mind every kashmiri will associate with. My grief away, i wish to sleep. My life away , i wish to sleep.
- New GFWC officers named; club to take summer recess - Harrison Daily (subscription)
New GFWC officers named; club to take summer recessHarrison Daily (subscription)The GFWC Twentieth Century Club of Harrison met Thursday, June 2, in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church with hostess Lonna Sprenger and co-hostesses Phyllis Benton, Wilma Pollock, and Linda Mathis. President Jane Adair welcomed ...
- Life circles back to remind us of what is good
Barbara Schulz was putting together an event at First Christian Church and she said it would be appreciated ... prestigious about me but I agreed to take part in that first Favorite Poem Night. Barbara brought together an interesting collection of ...
- Date ideas great first - Ending a relationship poems - True dating torrent
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- Inside Dallas County Jail's women's unit, finding 'The Best Christmas Pageant Ever'
Lynn Pride Richardson, the defense-lawyer-turned-theater-director, decided to attempt something even more ambitious than last yearâ€™s poetry performance ... â€œIt highlights a family that is kind of ostracized by the community because they're poor ...
- Patti Smith's Lifetime of Friendship With Sam Shepard
For the New Yorker's Culture Desk, Patti Smith recalls a lifetime of friendship with Pulitzer Prizeâ€“winning playwright and actor, Sam Shepard, who passed away this week. Shepard of course was the author of numerous plays, including True West and Fool for ...
- Check out this original poem by a GL reader!
Trendy, well-traveled and totally cool? That could be you! From Paris to New York City, jewel thieves March and Jules McQuin know a thing or two about jet-setting. CLICK HERE to check out all the essentials for your next exotic escape...and snag travel ...
- Album review: Sam Baker makes art with a style all his own
Impossibly sad, itâ€™s delivered against an ascending backdrop that could be the soundtrack of mountains. Somehow, it lifts the spirit. The effect, utterly evocative, may or may not qualify as poetry. But it is certainly poetic.
- President Trump Is Paying the Price of a Policy Badly Executed
The poem "If" counsels aiming for truth even when it's "twisted ... Americans are polarized. Europeans are nervous. Our friends in the Middle East are troubled. Iraqui Gen. Talib al Kenani, who directs the American-trained counterterrorist forces leading ...
- BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Ainsley Earhardt, co-host of â€œFox & Friendsâ€
â€œI am celebrating my birthday in South Beach, Florida ... notes next to our cereal bowls most mornings encouraging us with scripture, words of advice, poems or sayings. I wanted to pass along those words of wisdom on to my child and decided to write ...
- Poem Of The Week: Temple Street Children's Hospital by Dermot Bolger
Our Poem Of The Week, presented in association with Poetry Ireland, is Temple Street Children's Hospital by Dermot Bolger. This is your territory, I brought you here: Shoddy tenement windows where washing flaps, Crumbling lanes where cars get broken for parts.
- Swede's poetry won him Nobel in 2011
Tomas Transtroemer, the Swedish poet and translator who was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in literature, has died. He was 83.
- Memorable Speech: On J. D. McClatchyâ€™s â€œSweet Theft: A Poetâ€™s Commonplace Bookâ€
... book will be read when every other volume of poetry published this year has been long forgotten. But not until then,â€ McClatchy writes, this time with unambiguous metatextual charm. It would be a shame for this to prove prescient: read it now.
- 845 Life: Robert Milby is Orange County's poet laureate
â€œIt is so critical to writing poetry.â€ â€œThat, and being out in nature,â€ he says. â€œEven if itâ€™s your neighborhood park.â€ Milby has spent his whole life in Orange County: Born in Goshen, grew up in Monroe and Highland Falls, graduated from James