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Welcome to conversation and poetry with Franklin LaVoie , a Visionary Artist from Buffalo, New York. He’s a poet, a story-teller, and a puppeteer. Franklin has made many intricate puppets for use in performances, as well as complex floats for local parades, including the Elmwood Art Festival. Franklin has also been nominated for numerous Artie Awards. Also an accomplished playwright, Franklin's self-produced original works THE BEDEVILED CHEST and MEDIUM RARE have earned much critical acclaim. A true renaissance man, he is a painter and musician, as well. Visit Franklin's website at: www.franklinlavoie.com
HDR Poetry Slam 3 day Event January 30th till February 1st 8pm Eastern on Honey Drip Radio 760-454-7054 press 1 to get in the call Que or tune in from your pc or phone or tablet www.blogtalkradio.com/honeydripradio.
Details of the event 100 poets will be signing up to take part in this great event. 30 poets will spit the first two nights. The top 15 poets from the first and 2nd night will advance to blow the mic up one more time on the 3rd night. From there the top 15 poets will be the finalist in this great event. We also have another great opportunity for the top 15 finalist they will have an opportunity to be in Honey Drip Radio magazine with a extra discounted rate and be interviewed on HDR's show "The Flava". One more great opportunity for the top 5 one poet will have the chance to be on the cover of Honey Drip Radio Magazine.
If you would like to sign up please email us email@example.com or text 315-308-1174.
Protest poetry takes on many different forms, yet one aspect remains constant; this style of poetry aims to share a specific message about an issue that is important to the writer. Usually, these poems address social or political issues and are designed to spur dialogue and examination, release creative tension or frustration or in many instances, challenge the status quo on the particular issue or concern. For example, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., led a revolutionary nonviolent protest movement that called upon the nation to end the centuries-old racist and unjust treatment against African-Americans. Poets, before, during and after this era demonstrated through their work the requisite power and much-needed determination to call for long lasting change. More importantly, society still needs poets to draw attention to current and ongoing issues as well as to call the audience to action. So poets, call-in and share poetry or thoughts about issues that matter to you.
Alex Getachew, a noted community activist will join us live to provide commentary and share additional context for the discussion. So please join us for a stimulating evening of great poetry and dialogue!
SPOKEN WORDS & COMEDY - EVERY FRIDAY 12:30 pm - PST - HURRIKANE DA POET
TUNE IN EVERY FRIDAY WITH HURRIKANE DA POET FOR SOME OF THE BEST TALENTED SPOKEN WORD ARTIST & COMEDIANS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. DONT MISS OUT ON ALL THE STRONG INSPIRATIONAL WORDS OF WISDOM AND SOME COMIC THAT WILL HAVE YOU IN STITCHES......CLICK LINK TO TUNE IN OR CALL IN AND LISTEN.
Join us for an exciting evening at the SpeakEasy Cafe's "Sound of Ink" open mic Poetry show! You are invited to call in and Take the stage! The mic is hot and ready for the sound of your Ink! This week enjoy 3 hours of OPEN MIC Poetry from YOU the poets! You will not want to miss this Night of entertainment! Call in early Poets and let your voices be heard!
Your friday night "get right"! This is a poetical open mic like none other for your open mic pleasure. Get reay for a listening experience from poets all around the world. Call in and share you work on the platform for poets just like yourself or just listen in and enjoy the show for a energy filled atmosphere like none other! Welcome to Fever Friday
It's Friday, January 30th!! Tonight @9:00-11:00pm (EST) #SMR in Dallas, TX Elegant_Eventss Blog Talk Radio presents:
The first ever live radio interview with 5 times published Author and Poet Eric F. Williams!!
You Do Not Want To Miss This interview which takes an in depth look into the life, aspirations and achievements of this North Florida resident. Got questions not covered in this interview? Call us during the show @ (646) 727-2352 and ask your questions live in the air!
The Optimum Return Internet Radio Network with Dr. Larry Carnes.
Web Site: http://larrycarnesministries.org/
Dr. Larry Carnes is founder or Larry Carnes Ministries, Inc. and Covenant Cutters Ministries International, non-denominational bible believing, bible teaching, and spirit filled ministries committed to establishing the Kingdom of God in the earth while empowering and transforming lives for Kingdom Purpose, and The Optimum Return.
Dr. Carnes has a unique and dynamic call of God on his life to teach the Word of God with an anointing that refreshes and causes the Word of God to come alive as it impacts lives. His teaching gives spiritual insight into God's Word as mysteries are unfolded and lives are empowered.
Welcome to the OPTIMUM RETURN NETWORK!!!
Listen in and share this powerful and timely teachings and messages from Dr. Larry D. Carnes; the programming will bless you and others, all around the world.
Remember to Out Love, Out Forgive and Out Serve each other.
This week will be a special episode dedicated to the greatest playwriter, William Shakespeare and his mysterious life.
The Playwright Romantic: William Shakespeare
Known as the greatest poet and playwrighter that ever lived,
William Shakespeare lived in United Kingdom full of wit.
Born on April 23, 1564, the date believed to be,
Most historians cite his life as a great mystery.
He lived in a large home with his older brothers and sisters
Where he initially found his golden, dramatic writing key.
At first glance a poet, yet expanding to plays,
Shakespeare wrote Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, and Henry the 8th.
Because of his works and contributions to theater,
Shakespeare was nicknamed Bard of Avon and The Bard.
His plays filled with emotions, conflict, and love
His works have long captured the hearts of all doves.
"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" or sonnet eighteen,
Describes the eternal beauty of his love, creating a beautiful scene.
It compares her long lasting beauty to a short summer day,
Allowing us to picture her gleaming in the sun,
Away from the rest of world's gloomy dark bay.
Unfortunately to the world of prose a light dimmed shut,
When Shakespeare left the world with a hint somewhat -
His death is cited as April 23rd in 1616,
Exactly the day of his birth from down within...