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- Weekend Weston Events: What's Happening Around Your Neighborhood?
Enzo will talk about poetry during the first half of this workshop and then ... We encourage growth and learning through the Minecraft platform, which engages children to learn because of their love for Minecraft. Club members will work with scripting ...
- The Love You Expected
Honestly, for all the sorries that I've been saying I meant only one of them. I don't expect you to love me back now. Because I didn't, when you loved me back then. Well you thought I didn't when I did. You were too blinded by the idea of loving me.
- Poetry Center at Passaic college honors winners in Paterson writing contest
Poetry Center at Passaic college honors winners in Paterson writing contest Students submitted more than 1,000 entries and 38 were named winners in various grade categories. The contest has been taking place for 25 years. Check out this story on ...
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- West Orange High School Sophomore Crowned as Poetry Out Loud Winner
by George Gascoigne resonated with judges and audience alike. The following 11 students were selected as finalists from a field of 67: Each student was required to memorize two poems from an approved list. One poem was required to be 25 lines or fewer and ...
- Ex-con from Fox Valley overcomes 'fire and anger' to thrive as author
For Harris, that path centers around a book he recently published that is part autobiography and part poetry anthology ... killing blacks like it was a sport. It was a sad time for the city ... I was benumbed to everything around me and my heart was ...
- Happy Birthday: Isabelle Huppert
For each role, she would create her own world for herself, and she would carry something so undefinable that you could call it poetry. You understood so many feelings by her behavior and by the way she just was â€“ she was so touching and moving ...
- Frank BÃ¡ez on what it means to be a Dominican writer and poet
Michael Barron features Dominican poet Frank BÃ¡ez and interviews him for Culture Trip, asking him questions about the ideas that inform his work, about Dominican literature and its reception in the U.S., about the on-line poetry journal that BÃ¡ez co ...
- Dubai Ruler posts poem on Instagram
UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Dubai Ruler Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum today posted a new poem on his Instagram account. Titled â€œFreeâ€, the poem is a romantic ode to falcons which fly high, Al Bayan newspaper reported.
- Origins of racist poem explained
The poem was later taken down, but it has since taken a life of ... But he said he takes full responsibility for it being shared by others since he first posted it online. â€œI came down here to really take ownership of that for Nicole, for you, for ...
- Gothic: The Proper Setting for the Paranormal
Gothic architecture only served to be a reminder and embodiment ... The romantics repost was through music, art and literature. The graveyard poetry of the early 1700s such as Robert Blairâ€™s â€The Graveâ€ (1743), and Edward Youngâ€™s â€Night Thoughts ...
- Dancing with Words During National Poetry Month
Hereâ€™s your assignment. Choose a poem youâ€™ve written (it could be any piece of writing, really, an email message, a shopping list, a complaint to a cable service provider, a toast for a weddingâ€”you get the idea. If itâ€™s a poem, chose only a few lines.
- Carry my White Heart through the Darkness
And I had no idea that when you finally brought my heart to him, he was staring, wide-eyed, at the inside of a dark bag, dried blood sprayed over his face and neck. So how could I have known that his team read my letters and tied new ones to your leg so ...
- Something We All Call Love - Poem by Dylan Daniels
There's a weird little thing we call love, Something we always take for granted. However it's never really understood, Little did we know the seed has already been planted. We try to avoid it at times, With the most magnificent excuses.
- Huntington Free Library hosted an exciting book reading event featuring authors Philip Cioffari and Gil Fagiani
Get our stories in your inbox, free. Like Bronx Times on Facebook ... his murder mystery novel â€˜The Bronx Killâ€™ while Fagiani read from his â€˜Logosâ€™ poetry collection chronicling Bronx experiences.