Tag Archives: #Poetry

An In-depth Look at the Transitions of Life through Poetry and Prose

PASSAGES Death.  Dementia. And Everything in Between An in-depth look at the transitions of life through Poetry and ProseBy family physician and critically acclaimed author, H.M. Gooden Life is full of surprises; full of laughter, love, and losses. This collection explores the transitions between highs and lows through poetry and prose. May you find the words on these pages as

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Talk Like Shakespeare Celebration

NATIONAL TALK LIKE SHAKESPEARE DAYApril 23 https://nationaldaycalendar.com/days-2/national-talk-like-shakespeare-day-april-23/ National Talk Like Shakespeare Day occurs on William Shakespeare‘s birthday, April 23.  This is the day most commonly celebrated as his birth (1564) and, ironically, noted as the date of his death in 1616.  Though it is more widely known that he lived during the Elizabethan Era (1558 to 1603), Shakespeare, also, saw

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APRIL – National Poetry Month

 LIFE IS POETRY IN MOTION https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-poetry-month-april/   I have always been a fan of poetry.  I wrote it to help me cope through my difficult teen years.  It romanced me through Shakespeare.  One poem of his that stays with me is Sonnet 3: Look in thy glass and tell the face thou viewest.  Even as a youth it moved me. Often, lyrics

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Author Josh De Lioncourt

My Interview with Josh De Lioncourt! Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today.  I think my readers will enjoy getting to know you – I certainly have! 1.     The way we see ourselves is quite revealing.  Therefore, I always begin with the same question – please tell us how you’d describe yourself? I tend to think

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William Shakespeare

DID YOU KNOW? #DidYouKnow is a Blog Series on www.jmnorthup.com and www.nornstriad.com   WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564 – 1616)   William Shakespeare was a British writer (poet & playwright), dramatist, and actor during the English Renaissance period.  Despite London Playhouses being shutdown from September 1592 until June 1594 due to the Plague, he found fame and success.   He is considered the ‘most famous‘ and

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