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- Poem of the week: An Invite to Eternity by John Clare
Clare liked to sing, and few of his poems from the Northampton years are songless or joyless. Clare was not imprisoned: he took day-long walks, and observed and celebrated the surrounding countryside. Sometimes, though, the lyricism seems a mask of wishful ...
- Poetry, music come alive for the afternoon at Happy Bean
MOUNT VERNON â€” An Afternoon of Poetry and Music will be held Saturday, May 27, from 12:30-3 p.m., at Happy Bean Coffee Shop, 221 S. Main St., Mount Vernon. There will be a carry-in potluck at noon for anyone wishing to participate. The afternoonâ€™s ...
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- Remembering the revolutionary poet Josh Malihabadi
â€œJosh sahibâ€™s poetry is full of vocabulary but it lacks clarity for the common readers. Perhaps he is considered top in the list of Urdu literature who uses thousands of high sounding rich words in his poetry,â€ said Shahzad Nayyar, adding despite ...
- Harlem's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture designated as National Historic Landmark
Last month, Young â€” a distinguished professor and former curator of Literary Collections and the Raymond Danowski Poetry Library at Emory University â€” took the helm of the center, which dates to the collection of Afro-Puerto Rican Arturo Schomburg.
- American Life in Poetry: At the Lake House
Do we ever really know our parents, know what they're thinking, know why they do what they do? Here's a poem touching upon those mysteries. It first appeared in Field. Jon Loomis is a poet from Wisconsin, and his most recent book is The Mansion of ...
- THE DARK STRANGER â€“ Poetry Movie, Written by Billie Myers
Basically the poem speaks for itself. Yet, it is a narrator describing himself in a very grim situation, ie: lying paralyzed on a war-tortured beach, He is also describing the ANSWER. Forever No, and in turn describes the moment of his death. But, deeper ...
- Stop Looking For Love, Look For Your Passion Instead
The kind of person who always wants to do the best for those they love. â€œI bought this on a whim to read as I was resting for the night, and I do not regret it one bit! Everything about the poetry in this book is amazing, heart breaking, and soul searching.
- Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Central America And The Mardi Gras Part 6
I leave you with this, a very funny poem by a wonderful lady named Shirley. We met Shirley during our cruise on Balmoral and we adopted her as our nanna. She kindly gave me permission to share this with you and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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- Stroud schoolgirl a winner in top Japanese haiku contest
is a minor celebrity in Japan after becoming the first non-Japanese person to win a prize for her haiku in a prestigious poetry competition. She beat 18,247 other entries to win the English haiku category in the 28th Ito En Oi Ocha New Haiku Contest ...
- This Old Video Of Zohra Sehgal Reciting Aishwarya's Dialogue From Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Is GOLD!
This video which is a rare gem floating on the internet is a must watch for everyone who has the slightest interest and inclination towards shayaris and urdu poetry.
- Dhindsa releases book of poems
Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal), MP, Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa today released a book of poems in Punjabi language, Aatamnaad by Arkamal Kaur who has authored six books so far. Dhindsa said that the poetry complied in the book is on current affairs, including ...
- Five poetry recommendations for people who don't like poetry
Published in 1985, this collection made Paul Durcan one of Irelandâ€™s most widely read and best loved poets, and it stands the test of time. Durcanâ€™s poems show us our familiar everyday places and people, in all their sad, funny, lovable ways.
- Porto: Make this city your next port of call
Somehow port, poetry and pasties harmoniously interweave as a reflection ... The most famous stairs in the city, though, are probably in the neo-gothic bookshop Lello, which were supposedly the inspiration behind Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series ...