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- Life of Agonyâ€™s Alan Robert & â€˜The Beauty of Horror IIâ€™ Adult Coloring Book [Interview + Exclusive Page Downloads]
Thatâ€™s where the poems spawned from, too. Little by little ... Do you think the ability to bring these dark themes into a more vibrant world in this coloring book can help as a catharsis for children regarding something traumatic like death?
- â€œshe was just,â€ poem by Skaidrite Stelzer (ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series)
IMAGE: 1970s ad for contact lenses. NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Thinking back on being 17 in the 1960s, I decided to focus on the invention of the contact lens as a metaphor for the new sense of freedom that many girls were beginning to feel in that decade.
- Mumtaz Rashid Lahori uses his poetry to expose the ills of our society
It is on his return to Lahore in 2014 that he started using the title â€˜Lahoriâ€™ after his name. Most of the poetry included in his earlier books was recited in Qatar but his latest poetry book titled â€˜Ruke Hue Aansooâ€™ comprises his poetry recited in ...
- 1987 Movie Review: NEAR DARK, 1987
Near Dark may not quite come close to masterpiece status by any ... http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html Deadlines to Submit your Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem to the festival:http://www.wildsound.ca
- Portland stabbing survivor writes poem about horrific attack: 'I spat in the eye of hate and lived'
Christian is charged with aggravated murder ... Four years ago, Fletcher â€” then a high school junior â€” won a poetry slam competition with a performance about prejudice against Muslims. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, speaking at a Saturday press conference ...
- Dark Times Filled with Light: Things They Donâ€™t Know
The look on her face was withering. Youâ€™ll never understand. Weâ€™re reading the poetry of Juan Gelman together, from the collection Dark Times Filled With Light. Join us in the comments with your thoughts on the three poems featured this week.
- Poetry & Prose Round-up: Making the most of March
Finally, if poetry isnâ€™t your â€˜thingâ€™ then may be satirical writing is. If so, then I would recommend popping over to Turning Up in Devonâ€™s blog â€“ â€˜Be a Lover, Not a Haytorâ€™ is one of my recent favourites. That is it from me for this month.
- Tom Alter (1950-2017): The actor, sports lover and reciter of Urdu poetry
Tom Alter was often asked if he was Indian. â€œI hope you wonâ€™t ask me if I am an Indian. I trust you know that I am one,â€ Alter said before the journalist even began the interview in 2003. The go-to actor for portraying foreign characters ...
- Toward a New Antipastoral
These poems do not prescribe how to do so ... which shifts between stark naturalism, confessional realism, and erotic fantasy with grace, if not always with ease. For instance the poem â€œTaking Itâ€ might raise some feminist eyebrows: in it an abused ...
- Poetry in Kindergarten! FREE Organization Resource
I want to share 6 poetry books that are perfect for primary learners. I am going to start with my three favorites. I have had these books for over 15 years and if you look at the books, you can tell that they were well loved. Note: Affiliate links are ...
- Celebrate Poetry Month With These Captivating Reads
Parents have long enjoyed nursery rhymes and finger plays with our toddlers, but how can we continue to explore rhythm, rhyme, and language with our children as they grow? These ten poetry anthologies and picture books are a great place to start.
- Sam Shepard, dead at age 73, was a new kind of artist
"In True West," ''Buried Child" and other groundbreaking plays, Shepard's characters spoke with a rugged poetry and raw introspection rarely heard from out of men and women from the American West. Like William Faulkner writing about the American South ...
- My Place, poem by Paul Brookes (ME, AT 17 Poetry and Prose Series)
AUTHORâ€™S PHOTO CAPTION: Me, outward bound at 17. NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: A struggle for independence. Establish your differences and confirm your dependencies as the hormones kick in to separate child from adult, parent from child.
- The Most Important Thing Is Love - Poem by Denis Martindale
One day, I thought about Mankind, what of his destiny? To muddle through? New things to find? Wage wars so foolishly? Inventing stuff that he can sell? Polluting here and there? To live, then die, then go to Hell? As if without a care? One day, I thought ...
- Childhood Stories Turn into Winning National Poetry Contest Entry for WIU Student
MACOMB, IL â€“ When Western Illinois University senior law enforcement and justice administration major Jose E. Gutierrez reflects on his time as a small child in Chicago, he has distinct memories of his father telling him stories in an effort to ease the ...