Tag Archives: dialogue
As the writer, this poem is very close to my heart and as a teacher and past social worker, it’s definitely a reality to me. Our homeless population has reached mammoth proportions and women are closing the gap. Some say … Continue reading
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Well, less is certainly more—The Hemingway way. For me, this poem magnifies that eventually we tell the truth so just as well start now. I can’t help but laugh at the grit of this poem. Yes, I agree. I can … Continue reading
This dialect poem from Mr. Dunbar is just plain fun to read and it carries a message that is just as important today as it was 100 years ago. I love the “Advice!” I don’t know about you, but I … Continue reading
This title says it all! After awhile there will be peace if you just have faith (and a little patience) and it doesn’t necessarily have to be in reference to eternal life. How wonderfully calming this poem is. For me, … Continue reading
Ah yes! Now I do know why the caged bird sings. It’s good to read things again at a different stage of life. He sings so he doesn’t lose his will to live…so that he doesn’t die…so that he doesn’t … Continue reading