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- Book Review: Mary Jo Bang's, "The Last Two Seconds"
Today, we welcome our newest MO Books blogger, Mike Hopkins. A retired teacher, Mike is an avid reader who especially enjoys poetry and short story collections.
- This 1940s ranch house makes it look easy to compose perfectly edited spaces
The bathroom of the master suite was inspired by Andyâ€™s stay at the Poetry Inn in Napa, where the shower overlooks ... For example, the focal point of the living room is a large image of a decaying gothic-style organ screen from Andrew Mooreâ€™s Detroit ...
- Local words to feature in National Poetry Day
respectively â€“ which have been adopted as the subjects of new poems by Reading-born McNish and the Black Countryâ€™s Berry. BBC Radio Humberside listeners, and their poet-in-residence Dean Wilson chose to celebrate "a didlum" (a community savings scheme).
- The African American and African artwork adorning Elizabeth Alexander's books
In particular, I took note of Alexander's poems about Romare Bearden, Van Der Zee, and Frida Kahlo. That coverage is not accidental. Alexander was apparently being deliberate about including a diverse grouping of African American artists for her covers.
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- 'I think that you know I love you, as no man ever loved woman'
This took him to Lowell in July of 1848, where he gave a talk on American poetry on Merrimack Street ... a creature of the dark, a gothic monster," said Parker. "In fact, he was an astute literary critic, a former magazine editor, a master of the short ...
- An un-furr-gettable homecoming
The stage musical is based on the 1939 poem "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T.S ... Elliott has no ACU connection other than going to college at Oklahoma Christian University with Gary Varner. This is his third time to design lighting for an ...
- Teen STEM Camp: Aerospace
Adult and Youth writers can participate in one of three categories (fiction, non-fiction and poetry) or can take on the Ultra IronPen challenge[...] 1:00 pm Teen STEM Camp: Aerospace @ Salt Lake County Library Herriman location Teen STEM Camp: Aerospace ...
- K-State staff featured in national magazine
â€œIt should be shared through western music and cowboy poetry.â€ Wilsonâ€™s article described Davidson, a regional water resources specialist for K-State Research and Extension in Eureka, who also is a western musician and past president of the Kansas ...
- Poems in the form of prayer
I'm looking for (relatively) contemporary poetry recommendations that take the form of a ... Not looking for jokes or parodies, or the kind of things you'd find on inspirational websites.
- â€œWeary Kingdom,â€ Book Signing & Reading With DÃ©Lana R. A. Dameron In Harlem
Her poems traverse the streets of this Black mecca with a careful eye cast toward the intimacies of the exterior. Still, as the poems move throughout the built environment, they navigate matters of death, love, love loss, and family against the backdrop of ...
- 10 of the Best Poems about Thunderstorms
Weather is a perennial theme of poetry, and not just nice weather: more violent and extreme weather, such as storms, thunder, and lightning, has produced some classic poems, as this list of the best storm poems aims to highlight. John Clare, â€˜The Thunder ...
- Ballade To Our Lady - Poem by FranÃ§ois Villon
For in this faith I choose to live and die. Offering to death His young life sweet and fair. Such as He is, Our Lord, I Him declare, And in this faith I choose to live and die.
- Two students say it proud with Poetry Out Loud
â€œIt stuck with me because it talks about topics that I am very passionate about: music and friendship,â€ she said. â€œThis poem is about putting yourself out there and finding yourself and finding your place and finding that you are unbroken.
- Already light â€“ Richard Lallierâ€™s path from sweet dark to revealing light
That is, elbowing my way through the gallery and suddenly catching sight of them, I nod sagely to myself and say to myself, â€œHereâ€™s dancing in the dark, just like me.â€ Just to prove my point to my own satisfaction, I determine to ask Richard Lallier ...