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Youssef Biaz Wins 2011 Poetry Out Loud Championship


From a competitive field of more than 365,000 students nationwide, 16-year-old Youssef Biaz of Auburn, Alabama, won the title of 2011 Poetry Out Loud National Champion at the National Finals held in Washington, DC, on Friday, April 29. With his achievement, Biaz also received a $20,000 award and his high school, Auburn High School, received a $500 stipend for the purchase of poetry books. Continue reading

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April, 2011 National Poetry Month


the audience expands, the culture thrives, National Poetry Month reaches more and more lives Continue reading

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Tsunami Overrides California Tumbling Tides


Anticipating the arrival of a historic tsunami with a staggering devastation reputation, California vigilance captures tsunami movement of water inside San Francisco Bay, at the Emeryville Marina…Emeryville, is a tiny westernmost hamlet outpost of Silicone Valley, located between Berkeley and Oakland, East of Treasure Island, … Continue reading

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George Washington’s 1789 Thanksgiving Proclamation


Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God ~~~ to obey His will~~~ to be grateful for His benefits ~~~ and humbly to implore His protection and favour: And whereas both Houses have, … Continue reading

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Limerick Workshop, Nov 3 Towne Centre, Alameda


Two principle elements of Limericks are rhythm and rhyme….people who know how the language actually works are experts in linguistics called philologists

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EmeryvillePoetSociety Workshoppe Invitation


haiku is smooth and melodious language usage……season-word seems to have originated 350 years ago, before Basho’s time….The Japanese have five standard seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and New Year
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