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Neil Hilborn - "OCD"
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Neil Hilborn: OCD - Slam Poetry
OCD - Neil Hilborn. I leave the door unlocked. I leave the lights on.
"A man with OCD recites a poem about his one true love. It's heartbreaking."
Neil Hilborn "OCD" poetry slam - YouTube
El amor según un hombre con trastorno obsesivo-compulsivo
The Most Honest And Heartbreaking Reason To Leave Your Front Door Unlocked I've Ever Heard
There are many famous poems in history, which was written about you?
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Is poetry nothing more than a mashup of ephemeral observations jammed into a template? Well, no. But, operating under that playful assumption, a new site called Poetweet will place lines from your Twitter feed into one of three poetic styles, and...
John Keats only lived until the age of 25, but in that time he penned such immortal poems.
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Most delightful quotes from Keats
8 Beautiful Quotes From John Keats' Letters
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For decades, Hollywood has looked to the annals of literature for inspiration. Literary adaptations are more popular than ever, but poetry is still largely untapped.
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Johnny Depp in Dead Man. I enjoyed this movie. I would call it a very dark comedy...dramedy.
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johnny depp in jim jarmusch's 'dead man' (1995)
DEAD MAN STYLE
Gustave Caillebotte (French, 1848-1894), Bord d'un canal, près de Naples, c.1872. Oil on canvas, 39.7 x 59.7 cm.
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As written by John Keats (and as portrayed by Ben Wishaw). Happy 219th birthday, John!
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A new Los Angeles poet laureate was announced Thursday by Mayor Eric Garcetti : bestselling author Luis J. Rodriguez.
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The slate of finalists for the National Book Critics Circle award is strong — perhaps as strong as any shortlist in recent memory. With its stalwarts and new blood, its willingness to rescue books ...
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Michael Rosen is wrong. Children should be made to memorise and recite poetry, says teacher Tom Payne
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Kei Miller wins the 2014 Forward Prize for poetry
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A new study, spearheaded by Andrew Motion and a team of researchers at Cambridge University, sets out to survey individuals across the U.K. to find out “what poetry is stored in our nation’s memory, and what it means to the individuals who remember it.” From The Guardian: Which is why I love the sound of [...]
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MYTH: We only use 10% of our brains. Hollywood apparently loves this myth (“Lucy” and “Limitless” are two recent movies that come to mind). However, this is still a MYTH. In fact, we use 100% of our brains. The brain works largely on a “use it or lose it” basis. Neurons are constantly making new connections and pruning away connections that we don’t need/don’t use very often. For instance, if I asked what you wore yesterday (5/27/14), you could ...
Henri Matisse Illustrates Baudelaire’s Censored Poetry Collection, Les Fleurs du Mal
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Les Fleurs du Mal, Charles Baudelaire illustrated by H. Matisse, 1947
As William Golding's classic novel celebrates its 60th birthday, Jake Wallis Simons explains why it still offers terrifying insights into the male mind
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Os homens são seres condicionados. Assim, tudo aquilo com o qual entra em contato torna-se imediatamente uma condição da sua existência, formando um mundo onde o autor é condicionado por seus produtos e seus produtos dependentes da sua atuação.
Binding showing the English rose and Scottish thistle united.
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Kate Tempest at the Mercury Prize nominations
Bad Pop Culture Poets
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Next Generation Poets 2014