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aka20pearls 2h
Did you know that April is National Poetry Month? Celebrate by reading one of the most famous poems of Alpha Kappa Alpha member, Dr. Maya Angelou... Phenomenal Woman.
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Maria Frey Griffin Apr 18
“Let America be the dream the dreamers dreamed- Let it be that great strong land of love Where never kings connive nor tyrants scheme That any man be crushed by one above.”
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Kevin B. McGowan Apr 14
Reverse ekphrasis I took a photo of your poem and I untruthed it. Just words on paper, now "I like" this and brushing sleeves that; no whispered voices drowned by heartbeats and no quiet wishing for one eternal Tuesday. Only letters in the wrong alphabet. 14
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SOULEX float spa Apr 18
Happy ! Here's one of our favorite from 13th-century poet, ...
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I AM & CO® 12h
"Regardless of whether or not you are the child of immigrants, there is something in “Cape Verdean Blues” that will sit on your soul."
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Leaf Apollo Apr 17
I forgot today wa ... I actually might write something and do an epic voiceover for it.
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¡Oh Antonio! Apr 17
I dated a girl She dreamt in rich poetry She talked in haikus
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Marian McCullough Apr 18
*Snaps*for a co-teacher who shares a poem about her home and comes ready to share herself everyday. What a beautiful celebration of ! ❤️
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Leaf Apollo Apr 17
Welp, while I struggle to get this update installed, here's my contribution to via
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National Poetry Day Apr 12
Forward Arts Foundation is appointing two new trustees. Please circulate this to brilliant & responsible people who value poetry & want to support our work with & : comms, advocacy & fund-raising are priorities
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Poetizer Apr 18
Looking for inspiring poems to read for ? Look no further--this collection of 25 poems is PACKED with spoken word and written poems that will blow your mind 🤯 Tag your fave feminist below so we can give them a follow 😍
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George Burman Apr 10
Its But nothing rhymes with month Except "Oneth" But then there's no "twithe" Which would rhyme with swithe And Rotherhithe It would be easier, I would say To ditch the Month, In favour of
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patrice lambusta Apr 12
Celebrating National Poetry Month this week with 8th graders ⁦⁩. Found Haiku poems. Next week Blackout Poems with 7th graders.
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Abyeer.97 Apr 11
Poetry is THE one thing which takes me to an another world... It takes me beyond.. It takes me within.. It takes me whole.. As I surrender my soul.😌👐🏻
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Susannah Herbert Apr 10
Replying to @RoryStewartUK
Sounds like the case for . What poem would you like to see shared, ?
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Hackett Publishing Apr 12
Today’s comes from Lombardo’s translation of Horace’s Odes, in both Latin and English. . See more here:
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Eff Apr 18
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Timmy Apr 14
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National Poetry Day Apr 11
Wow! shows how poetry/poets can fill public spaces with energy and character. Hope it will spawn many imitators for !
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NNG Apr 11
Today is National Poetry Day in Hungary! Explaining our jobs to kids is so much easier in rhyme.
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