It is more red, more gray, more violent: Izalco roars, taking more lives.
The Colonial and Early National Period (17th century to 1830)
Not one kingdom was left us. One by one they fell through all the Americas. Steel rang in palaces, in the streets, in the forests and the centaurs sacked the temple. In Izalco no one believes that Tlaloc is dead despite television, refrigerators, Toyotas.
Central America trembled, Managua collapsed. In Guatemala the earth sank Hurricane Fifi flattened Honduras.
The golden coffee is unloaded in New York where they roast it, grind it can it and give it a price. Siete de Junio noche fatal bailando el tango la capital. The cycle is closing, Cuscatlecan flowers thrive in volcanic ash, they grow strong, tall, brilliant.
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The owners of two-story houses protected from thieves by walls peer from their balconies and they see the red waves descending and they drown their fears in whiskey. Cuba and Puerto Rico are two wings of the same bird: Tattoo the Puerto Rican flag on my shoulder. Stain the skin red, white and blue, not the colors that snap over holiday parades or sag over the graves of veterans in the States, but the colors of Cuba reversed: Wise Men lost on their way to Bethlehem. Refresh and expand your poetic vocabulary with this collection of poetic forms, complete with historical contexts, examples, and more.
I am when sounds exchange questions when light enters the lung when given the noun: Bring poems into the classroom with these lesson plans, which are especially suited to introducing students to poetry and helping them become engaged and thoughtful readers. In attempting to recreate them in English, I am also practicing them. The Gods of the Age listen 2. Recorded for Poem-a-Day, September 21, The Gods of the Age Adeeba Talukder.
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Is Biespiel advocating for more politics in poems? Fewer arguments about poetics for the good of the nation? Arguments about poetics are good for poetry. And have nothing whatsoever to do with public life, whether your poetics are politically-grounded or not.
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Praise Song for the Day. Something we were withholding made us weak Until we found out that it was ourselves. Of History and Hope. Looking Back to Look Ahead: Poems about democracy, freedom, wonder, and other ideals that have survived centuries. Listen to the music of centuries, Rising above the mushroom time.
The Long Shadow of Lincoln: The View from Washington. Presidents and senators strut into the nation's capitol and tower monumentally over the masses. America Politica Historia, in Spontaneity. We cannot name their names, or number their dates —circle on circle, like rings on a tree—.
On the Steps of the Jefferson Memorial. Looking at Jefferson now, I think of the language he left for us to live by. Who are they as bats and night dogs askant in the capitol?
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For the Love of Country: These poets reveal the difficulties of the present and hope for different futures. Interested in the view, in our aid sensitivities. What Kind of Times Are These. Poem I lived in the first century of world wars. The land was there before us Was the land. Then things Began happening fast. The poets are going home To the blood-haunted villages,.
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