June wanted to go out, pulling behind her a collection of kites who had grown too old to fly. I stayed in the Nautilus tying string together before leaving the inverted bridge (sometimes called a rainbow reflection) for a short while in the company of Joan of Arc and the goddess Athena (I didn’t find out until later that they were one and the same). I came home a long time before June, talked to a dinosaur who was thinking of taking the vows and then to a nun who wanted to be a warm blooded reptile. Apollo and Artemis brought June home, I removed the skeleton that had been transformed into a drum kit from the boot of their car and then patted the black hole which will eventually swallow the entire solar system as if it was a small dog.
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“On January 15, 2017, poets around the U.S., in cities, towns and villages, will gather on the steps of their local city hall to read poetry against the coming dictatorship of Trump.”
Organized by Alan Kaufman and Michael Rothenberg.
Alan Kaufman is the Editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry
“Outlaw poets” is a term of endearment used in reference to poets whose work is featured in the Outlaw Bible. The following is a partial list of the characteristics of such poets:
- anti-authoritarian personality;
- anti-Vietnam war activists known for their anti-war rhymes (many poets write about Vietnam who are by no means outlaw poets).
- Elder poets that gained notoriety via unconventional forms
- Poets deliberately not included in most academic curriculums
- Often inspirational to or inspired by the so-called “Beat” movement in American poetry during the mid-20th century
Michael Rothenberg is co-founder (with Terri Carrion) of 100 Thousand Poets For Change
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Hi everyone and happy Monday! This past week has been not the best at Chez Red because I have literally been sick for seven days straight. I have had an absolutely miserable cold complete with cough, body aches, headaches, sore throat, the chills, and night sweats. On top of feeling like DEATH, it is now finals week at school which is super stressful which seems to just make me sicker!
I am feeling very bitter about this bug because it completely ruined the pampering that happened last week which I was so looking forward to. I was scheduled to dye my hair, get my nails filled, and get a haircut. These are all things that I freaking love to do and unfortunately, I felt miserable to the point that I couldn’t enjoy any of it during each pampering activity.
My hair dying sesh resulted in a bloody nose and massive…
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Firstly the question is what is criticism the exact meaning of criticism is the practice of judging the merits and false of something
– the judger is called critic.
– to engage in criticism is to criticize.
– one specific item of Criticism is called a criticism or critique.
I have read this definition of criticism In encyclopaedia.
Critique or criticism is something which everybody can not take it in a positive way and is often offended by criticism especially if it is happening in the workplace.
Criticism helps the individual in learning new areas of work and helps him in analysing even the infinitesimal things and improve his work, it will also help him increase his analytical abilities.
HOW TO DEAL WITH CRITICISM IN A POSITIVE WAY.
Dealing with criticism is positively an important life. At some point in your life you will be criticized, perhaps in a professional…
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