Poems

25 May 19
Mr. Sullivan's Digital Classroom

When reading Maya Angelou’s poetry, there is a connection in a sense that she speaks to her readers in an abstract way. Her poems possess themes that allow the audience to feel connected and relateable. In her poem “Still I Rise,” she writes about how she overcomes adversity, even in the times when it is […]

25 May 19
emily joy oomen

Hi everyone, I will be performing a few poems about mental health at Face the Stigma Night. This event is a mental health awareness campaign designed to de-stigmatize mental health and increase awareness of student mental health. The event will be a night of storytelling and creative expression. Hope you can make it! -E.J.O

25 May 19
Henry's blog

Henry Liang May 24, 2019 RD #1 Word Count : 808 After a long and tough three hour hike I finally emerge from the cover of the trees to witness the beautiful landscape on a beautiful sunny day. As I walk out into the clear space I feel the cooling wind breeze throughout my entire […]

25 May 19
Red Wolf Editions

April Fool by Debi Swim I have a vivid recollection of it the night was comfortably cool the exhibitionist moon a jewel, the perfect setting, I admit. The night was comfortably cool as I recall, hand on fevered brow spring breeze tickling a bough and I, as I think of it, an April fool. The […]

25 May 19
Red Wolf Journal

April Fool by Debi Swim I have a vivid recollection of it the night was comfortably cool the exhibitionist moon a jewel, the perfect setting, I admit. The night was comfortably cool as I recall, hand on fevered brow spring breeze tickling a bough and I, as I think of it, an April fool. The […]

25 May 19
Mr. Sullivan's Digital Classroom

Hey Black ChildDo you know who you areWho you really areDo you know you can beWhat you want to beIf you try to beWhat you can be Hey Black ChildDo you know where you are goingWhere you’re really goingDo you know you can learnWhat you want to learnIf you try to learnWhat you can learn […]

25 May 19
Mutch Ado About Nothing

We could go out dancingand drink ourselves awayor we could go our prancingand regret it all the next day We can stay up past midnightat a bar or a clubor we could rock out with delightat a concert in a pub But nothing is quite as niceas a night in with youWith treats to enticeand […]

25 May 19
Thomas Teaching

As one of the themes of Social Studies for the Second Grade level, I’ve been writing lesson plans and teaching about Human Expression and Communication. I’ve focused on Creative Expression. I’ve learned with the age group I’m working with, they can definitely understand complex ideas and then expand that learning into other areas. However, I […]

25 May 19
Discombobula

by Thich Nhat Hanh Don’t say that I will depart tomorrow–even today I am still arriving. Look deeply: every second I am arriving to be a bud on a Spring branch, to be a tiny bird, with still-fragile wings, learning to sing in my new nest, to be a caterpillar in the heart of a […]

25 May 19
sharing poetry

Derasnya arus sungai di jantungku merambat mengalir melalui jalur tenggorokanku sampai kepala pendar menyinari alis, dan terbukalah mata seperti teratai dibawah binar rembulan mendengar gema peringatan tentang dewi yang rentan menangis. Sebuah firasat mengalun keras gaungnya mengusik raga ruah meluap hingga pecah gendang telingaku menengadah, lalu ku dengar ia bertapak berhadap dinding bianglala dan resah, […]

25 May 19
The Reluctant Poet

Originally posted on parallax:
Sanctuary – Word of the Day Photo: Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell Ranges, NT. Yet No Calm, bucolic smells waft along the warming air as birds flit and flurry in the vapoured light, sandstone stout and stoic holds water better than any argument, so quiet this pastorale a place of beauty and…

25 May 19
delicioustacos

Here’s an interview I did with Chip Smith from Nine Banded Books. This will also be on Autistic Mercury. Possibly in print somewhere. I wrote this before Roosh converted to Christianity and banned all mention of sex from his forum. Like everything recently, it exists to plug my new book:

25 May 19
Poems (poesie)

Yellow Color In The Sky Quiet Night By The Streets Empty Stands Cars Driving on the Road A Light Wind Blowing All around Watching Seeing A Plane Flying By Music Flows In These ears Tonight

25 May 19
Christopher Randall

Photo: Jonny Hughes/Flickr Creative Commons As some of you may recall, I’ve been working my way through the research diaries of Grad Bernart. Bernart is, of course, most famous for his breakthroughs in communicating with trees. While his early discoveries about tree behaviour were quite shocking, it seems the grad eventually reconciled both his conscience […]

25 May 19
Poetry from the Inkwell

*During my study of poetry at university (twenty-seven years ago), I was introduced to William Carlos Williams, whose short, quirky pieces always spoke to me. It was during this period that I learned of  the artist, Bruegel, through Williams’ poem, “The Dance”. You can blame those guys for inspiring this piece… at night i drink […]

25 May 19
songsforkaye

ive been constantly hiding posts snoozing people going out of my way to eat at places where we havent evading routes that we used to take everything reminds me of you i have deleted my spotify, telegram, twitter i cant even watch youtube everything reminds me of you i try to avoid music at all […]

25 May 19
Truth Serum Press

The Story of the Milkman and Other Poems by Alan Walowitz is now available in a full range of eBooks. The latest additions are Kindle, NOOKbook and Kobobooks. The full range of current purchasing options are listed below: paperback  /  ePub  /  Amazon Kindle  /  iBookstore  /  Kobobooks  /  B & N NOOKbook Find a […]