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- Charlemange's Joyeuse Sword - Poem by Iduna Brooker Beck
Rouge on Charlemange's imaginary, virgin cheeks, Blood rushing to his face under his knighted helmet. Laughing at funny round things in blue mycelium sky. His Sword, Joyeuse, hanging beside his white Knight's plated Armour. Legendary Southview Arms from ...
- Read Original Poetry By Manisha Sharma From The Vanishing
Hopes smash lips pucker wrists bare teeth on skin stain red when grainy You pixelate inside a black crushed cone the tip sliced off Manisha Sharmaâ€™s writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Puerto Del Sol, TAB, The Journal of Poetry and Poetics ...
- Poetry is hard
Iâ€™m getting to the point where Iâ€™m OK with calling myself a poet. Yes, I still kind of feel like Iâ€™m wrecking the word, and Iâ€™m also all too aware that to declare oneself a poet is to sort of proclaim that youâ€™re a Grade-A obnoxious person, but ...
- New Exhibition in Birmingham at The Pen Museum - Black Country: The Pit to the Pen
Visitors will be able to see Elinor's poetry alongside the etchings of Solihull-born Richard Samuel Chattock whose contemporary works depicted the harsh industrial life in the 1870s Black Country, in stark contrast with many other artists of the time.
- Four Valentine's Day weddings taking place at Kitchener City Hall
Pat Fretwell, Owner of â€œFeelings From the Heart,â€ the city hall wedding chapel, will marry the couples ... Fretwell says she will read a special love-themed poem. The busiest Valentineâ€™s Day she can remember had seven weddings scheduled.
- Five things to do in Brookline
Immerse yourself in poetry at the monthly Brookline Poetry Series meeting ... Learn about the candidates in this yearâ€™s town election during an election forum on Monday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 26. BrooklineCAN will host a Candidate Forum at ...
- Film Review: 'The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry' - Variety
VarietyFilm Review: 'The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry'VarietyEqual parts hagiographic biography and heartland celebration, â€œThe Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berryâ€ should be of interest to passionate devotees of the film's subject â€” an award-winning poet, essayist, novelist and farmer noted for his environmental ...and more »
- I Gotta Find The Humor In It - Poem by Grant House
I see a holding pen. But it's not literal and my sense of humor always intervenes. It's kind of funny and ironic that my freedom of spirit brought us together. It's what I like about you - that independence. Now that spirit is being tamed, and my sense of ...
- Aunt Edithâ€™s no-fuss family favorite
We went several times a year to Aunt Edithâ€™s â€“ my momâ€™s aunt and the de facto matriarch of that side of the family, a warm, no-fuss woman who loved us and, I found out years later, loved poetry. Even then, I knew this trip also involved time travel.
- Poetry Sunday: Mark Foster
Mark Foster reads him poem, "Driftwood." Listen Listening... 0:57 Poetry by Mark Foster Mark Foster lives in Aquinnah on the north side of the Gay Head cliffs, having retired to the Vineyard after teaching English in Concord, Massachusetts, for thirty ...
- Sell-out festivals and book sales up â€¦ itâ€™s poetryâ€™s renaissance
New Nottingham festival founded by Henry Normal joins boom led by Kate Tempest and John Cooper Clarke New Nottingham festival founded by Henry Normal joins boom led by Kate Tempest and John Cooper Clarke Against all publishing predictions, poetry ...
- Blarney Books and Art to host 'Meet the Poets' event
â€œBoth Ray and I have a very narrative style of writing, we are both storytellers, so even non-poetry readers should enjoy this event.â€ As Mrs Gleesonâ€™s third published book, the 84-page collection includes sections dedicated to Belfast ...
- Seven poems for anyone who needs a fall quarter boost
Because Iâ€™m somebody who gets a lot of comfort from words, I turned to some of the books of short poetry Iâ€™d brought with me to school. Flipping through the pages of my sticky note-filled books, I felt an incredible sense of home in the words I read.
- Poem: Seasonal Change
The Post-Bulletin publishes poetry by Rochester area writers every Monday. Send your work to Jeff Pieters, P.O. Box 6118, Rochester, MN 55903 or email@example.com.
- Orkney councillor writes poignant poem for Manchester victims
Before reading the message, he said: â€œOur deepest heartfelt sympathies are with all of those affected by the attack in Manchester, the victims, their families and friends. â€œIt is all the more appalling that this attack was targeted at young people who ...