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You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. A Poem From Us is a website featuring videos of regular people, reading their favorite poems.Our goal is simple: use technology to help folks share their love of poetry with others. Projects such as this are on the horizon for Write with Matches, so keep that creativity flowing!
The man had genius written into his entire frame :) Eventually everything connects — people, ideas, objects… Without you, I don't think any of us would be doing what we do. The Pandoric Fae Poet Devin Erebus Faye Our featured poet of this month is Devin Erebus Faye, AKA Corey Devin. "Aftermath" is happening on the twelfth of this month, and It would be a pleasure to see as many smiling faces as humanly possible coming into the event!
but here is a quick video that i sometimes watch when feeling down and out. -Franz The creator of this video is in desperate need of assistance. There might be an event coming in one month, its purpose will be to help expand the knowledge of this page and the poets who participate in Greeley poetry slams. If you didn't, then let me begin by saying that you missed one of the greatest Arts based events to have happened in Greeley Colorado in a VERY long time.
If you have been inspired or moved by this mash up and would like to help a young, struggling s... -Franz "If you don't build your dream, someone will hire you to help build theirs..."-Tony Gaskins Definition of The American'T Dream * The American't Dream is a sa... Thanks are in order to Franz Quinones Villalobos, Overwinter, Paul Beveridge of Paul Beveridge and Company, Mike Ring and the Connection, Irene Salazar, Clinton Slaughenhaupt, Kristy Gallegos, Topher, and Alyse Infante for the contribution to the Arts Scene here in Greeley.
Since then, the project — now directed by BU poet Maggie Dietz (GRS’97) — has produced three anthologies and more than 1,000 readings around the country.
Throughout the semester, BU Today features a member of the BU community reading his or her favorite poem.