Description of book “Graduation Day with Poetry Flare”
Narrator Open: This is a Happy and Special Day! It is once again my pleasure as well to share these writings with you that we hope will stay with you forever. And we do mean forever! By the end of this book, it is the goal to keep the bright light of learning burning evermore brighter. If you allow yourself to be surprised by each new section, the appreciation on this special day will never leave you. Of course, you are saying, ‘I will never forget this day.’ Yes, we who have experienced joyfulness of such special days know exactly what you mean and is certainly in agreement. Hence, the outcome is for further edification that cradles what you are feeling right now. Read or listen along now on just how this profound statement of experience also has meaning for you.
William Shakespeare was born in the year 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom. The man’s plays, (e.g. Romeo & Juliet) are known world-wide. A writer’s soul often hopes to touch another’s life in a way that reveals we indeed are all connected by L.O.V.E. and not just DNA. There are many dramas, plays, and poetic writings that never grow stale in accomplishing such elevated thoughts and purpose. William Shakespeare’s literary work has been a staple in curriculum for centuries.
“While William Shakespeare’s reputation is based primarily on his plays, he became famous first as a poet.” – Poetry Foundation https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/william-shakespeare
“Like most Elizabethan treatments of love, Shakespeare’s work is characterized by paradox (“She’s love, she loves, and yet she is not lov’d”), by narrative and thematic diversity, and by attempts to render the inner workings of the mind, exploring the psychology of perception (“Oft the eye mistakes, the brain being troubled”). The poem addresses such artistic preoccupations of the 1590s as the relation of poetry to painting and the possibility of literary immortality, as well as social concerns such as the phenomenon of “masterless women,” and the (to men) alarming and unknowable forces unleashed by female desire, an issue that for a host of reasons fascinated Elizabeth’s subjects.”
What does poetry mean to you? There are a lot of places you can go to hear poets read or recite their best poetic creation. Are you a reader of poetry? Do you visit hole/hide away in the wall cafes and restaurants in the late afternoon – early evening hours to hear these budding artists? Typically, for the astute establishment’s manager with a modest budget, there will be a band or two to mix up the program during the night. Yes, if you are a reader of poetry, then most likely you would enjoy hearing these writers of the mind’s universe recite their poems with flavor, pitch, pace, and power! The atmosphere and setting, when arranged just so, bring out the best in the artist; in return, your audience will leave your establishment feeling their best. At the very least, feeling they received their currency worth and will tell others about your restaurant or cafe.
Men, throughout history, have appreciated the importance of reading and writing in communities. Welcome to (GWPF) Graduation With a Poetry Flare; You did not know just how intelligent you are on this day!
We speak the word Cherish to the poetry of the above.
The Majestic of all is when YOU Honor the Heavenly Father of all Creation by speaking his Name in the Pureness of Heart
And He Smiles at you in Approval.
” My Heavenly Father’s Name is _______”
And I do my best to honor that name for another year.
Balance in Honor is needed. Let someone know he or she is valued today by YOU… And his or her friendship will always stay.
Honoring is as honor does
Honoring You Poem of Appreciation Information
– The Product of Culture Poetry poem of appreciation Articles Creation ( by James Lynch Jr Originally created and posted December 14)
Thank you for taking the time to read this. If you like it, and care to share it with others; than by all means please do. You will be among many who have similar tastes as your for this website!
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What is Tumblr
“Tumblr lets you effortlessly share anything. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from your browser, phone, desktop, email or wherever you happen to be.” It is a cross between a social networking site (like Facebook and Twitter) and a blog. It is often described as ‘microblog’ as people usually post short snippets of text and quick snaps as opposed to longer diary style entries found in more traditional blogs.
Greetings Poetry Community, When you attend a poetry slam function, or as it is also called, ‘the spoken word’, what are you there for in a way of entertainment? What are you looking for?
Poetry is one form of entertainment that even a lot of introverts find refreshing after an hour or two of a evening on the town. Poetry is soft, but it is also intense(vibrant); yet when the environment is set just right (cave or hole in the wall atmosphere) with the lighting and seating, oh what an experience.
Poets you better bring it! I Just felt I should share that thought. See Sage Innerarity
Poetry is a gifted way of speaking that imparts thoughts and pleasantries upon others.
Have you ever written a poem? Then why not try and write one today? Much success to you.
Poetry Community – Thank you for Caring and Sharing.
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When it comes to artists who have their video embed and sharing features turned on; this tells the public you hope for marketing purposes of your video links and are shared on Social Media and as an example; The unique and awesome Product of Culture pocbooks.com website.
Thank you for allowing me to write wonderful features on the writers, performers, and artists here over the years.
G’day Perceptive Readers, Here is a special Thursday, and Sunday sharing report:
Name: Robert Woodson Subject: Race in America: Economics Video
As you can see from the topic above, it is a recommendation noted that empathetic citizens give heed to and proactive steps.
What are these proactive steps? Well, this is what makes this sharing topic so special!
The Hippocratic Oath: Our Devotion to the Science and “Art” of Medicine
Below, I have placed the following report’s description and audio for you to fully contemplate the following when in medical and other trusted fields; “Love Does Not Harm His/Her Neighbor.”
Therefore, in such professions, “Love is not sacrificed for the sake of efficiency.”
We Learned From A 20 Century Tuskegee Experiment Perceptive Readers Podcast Topic and Elevated Thoughts on the matter. See “Position of Trust” In 1932, the Public Health Service, working with the Tuskegee Institute, began a study with an objective that was clear on the surface, but how the research study implementation was carried out in manner in which ethics came into question.
In this Perceptive Readers a Journalist Report is Discussed:
Bad Blood: The Hidden Horror of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study By Beth Colman August 10, 2020 www.mentalfloss.com
You may want to search the four part series as well: The Lion Leader and Sage Part -Article Podcast This journalism Tuskegee report is briefly referenced there as well; while an additional story mode example is used
Dignity Quantum Source Poetry and Have a Great Day
Dignity Quantum Source Collaboration: Raven Poetry and Sages Poetry Collection Note Special Words (Lyrics) References in the article at the pocbooks.com website How Did God Bring Man To Life? NIV, Genesis 2:7 Then the LORD [JEHOVAH] God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. Brackets Placed By Poet James Lynch