short story slam week 43

short story slam week 43, views from panama city , april 21, 2016 to may 8, 2016

 

panama city

post office is closed for holiday

paris and panda express

pasta and fried rice work

pets, petco

pigeons walk on michigan street

pelicans, peacocks

birds of blue and brown stick

pencils, pens,

writing tools help us

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President Barack Obama visits MIT

 

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MIT was honored by the visit of President Barack Obama on

October 23, 2009. Speaking at Kresge Auditorium,

President Obama delivered a speech that addressed American

leadership and clean energy research. The talk came as

Congress prepared for hearings on clean energy legislation.

Prior to speaking in Kresge, the president toured research

labs on campus. Noting the work of the MIT Energy Initiative

to invent a sustainable energy future, President Obama

explained that MIT was a logical choice for his visit. View

President Obama’s MIT visit in its entirety at

the Institute Events collection on TechTV. View more

Elemental MIT videos at Multimedia.

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Meet Bogue’s Preschool Day

Many prefer google

yet, Meet Bogue, Marissa Bogue, and Mark Bogue resides at yahoo

.

knowing Saint Maybelle,  Saint Wible, and Saint Anthony via Gloria,

Meet Bogue experts a sister Jana Bogue Flora

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this March, on Saint Patrick’s day,

Meet Bogue wonders why some kids rebel

.

Uncle Young Pulse and cousin Alex Louis live near

they often think of Moutai (Maotai) beer

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At preschool Silicon Valley, when Pipa, Vige, and Kara wave goodbye to Meet,

Teacher Lindsay, Alison, Megan, and Rachel stamped their feet

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Friends Dana, Pamela, Laszlo, and Katy come to Meet’s rescue,

that’s when mother Ann and dad Zachary feed Meet some Jello Cube

 

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blue mondays, short story slam week 39, monday splashes

 

Jennifer Morrison,

a movie fan and hollywood charm

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Adellie Tracey

a sport judge and world famous organization member

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Desiree Henry

who sports, plays, and promotes Brad Henry and Jin E Shuai

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Russell James,

who knows, his brother is Thomas James, and Danny Boyle

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Laura Morrison and Kathrie Tovo

sisters alike ladies for City council of City Rome

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Sally Smiling, Pamela Ware, and Alicia Blagg,

three flowers, three fate, three nations, and three blue angels

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luckham creative band

Mike Morrison, Sean Forey, Rosekla Morrison, Eric Wood, and Kevin Bryant play trumpet well

 

 

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the Blanchard News (rooster of real creative insights)

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if you have never lived by Yuan Shuai river,

you won’t know the fishing fun after each thunder storm,

if you have not moved close to Sheng Fu ditch,

you won’t be able to know Peng Cai E, and Xu Zhao Er,

if you have not made it to Beijing Materials Institute,

you won’t know Yun Canal, Gao Hongjian, and Wang Qi,

if you have never done intership in Shenyang city in 1990,

you won’t know Yan Qun, Suo Feng, Zeng Wei, or Pan Liguo,

if you have never been to Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Macau,

you won’t recall Iris Chang, Guo Jingjing, Kenneth Fok, Lawrence Fok,

when we visit Princeton, New York, Philadelphia, MaryWood, Scranton,

we know Ma Xingrui, Xu Qin, Ren Xuefeng, Wen Guohui, Gong Xiao, Karen Boback, Marty Flynn,

when we get a newspaper, we read their post,

seeing Tony Strickland, Fred Johnston, Jim Beckham, David Clayton Jacobs

 

additional folks are below

Tommy Mayhue

Haleigh Nicole Cooley

Terry Alexander

Phil Blevine

Roy Spratt

Austin Lee Watford

Seth Wayne Odam

Matthew Griffin Merrill

Addison Lynn White

Cheyenne Dawn Greenlee

Amanda Gordon Asperheim

Colton Wilson

Ashley Noel Pickens

James (Jim) Cantrell

Stephen Ussery

Naomi Baker

David Pauld

Tony Ctrickland

Eddie Cantrell

Dale McAskil

Garland Clark

Charlotte Offolter

Douglas Staffor

Mary Evett

Linda Bourne

Shirley Rush

EL Tepeyac

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Natalie Snowflakes and Nancy Fedeler

born in north pole
growing up near River Mosquito
Natalie has many dreams
.
As a child,
She used to walk bare feet,
experiencing hardship of rocky path
.
as a juvenile,
she used to ride bikes
traveling sixty miles to see angela frankes
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as a young adult
she used to buy train tickets
carpooling from Peru to Cuba
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when Natalie attends college,
she used to shop at Oxford University,
and purchase fancy books from Buckingham Palace
.
Big Ben is tall,
British museum is historical,
Queen elizabeth rose garden is grand
.
When Natalie snowflakes married Steven Fedeler,
She calls herself Nancy Fedeler,
Being awarded two boys, Morton Fedeler and Samuel Fedeler
.
Now Natalie resides at CHula, California,
she dreams about grand kids with the family of Whuilson,
she believes in Sabrina, Kathleen, and Lucinda Wilson

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consequence by gary soto

when a stone bridge fails,

you can rebuild it with your hands

~

with love, when it fails,

the rocks shoot sparks. Gossips

~

gather at the river’s edge,

skipping stones across the water,

~

asking intently, “who brought it down?”

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jingle Poems: Babi Yar by Yevtushenko, Yevgeny

 

Babi Yar

 No monument stands over Babi Yar.
A drop sheer as a crude gravestone.
 
I am afraid.
 Today I am as old in years 
as all the Jewish people.
 
Now I seem to be
 a Jew.
 
Here I plod through ancient Egypt.
 
Here I perish crucified, on the cross, 
and to this day I bear the scars of nails.
 
I seem to be
 Dreyfus.
 
The Philistine 
 is both informer and judge.
 
I am behind bars.
 Beset on every side.
 
Hounded, 
 spat on,
 slandered.
Squealing, dainty ladies in flounced Brussels lace
stick their parasols into my face.
I seem to be then
 a young boy in Byelostok.
 
Blood runs, spilling over the floors.
 
The barroom rabble-rousers 
give off a stench of vodka and onion.
 
A boot kicks me aside, helpless.
 
In vain I plead with these pogrom bullies.
 
While they jeer and shout,
 "Beat the Yids.
 Save Russia!" 
some grain-marketeer beats up my mother.
 
0 my Russian people!
 I know 
 you 
are international to the core.
 
But those with unclean hands 
have often made a jingle of your purest name.
 
I know the goodness of my land.
 
How vile these anti-Semites-
 without a qualm 
they pompously called themselves 
the Union of the Russian People! 
I seem to be
 Anne Frank 
transparent 
 as a branch in April.
 
And I love.
 And have no need of phrases.
 
My need 
 is that we gaze into each other.
 
How little we can see
 or smell! 
We are denied the leaves, 
 we are denied the sky.
 
Yet we can do so much --
 tenderly 
embrace each other in a darkened room.
 
They're coming here?
 Be not afraid.
 Those are the booming 
sounds of spring:
 spring is coming here.
 
Come then to me.
 Quick, give me your lips.
Are they smashing down the door?
 No, it's the ice breaking .
.
.
 
The wild grasses rustle over Babi Yar.
 
The trees look ominous, 
 like judges.
 
Here all things scream silently, 
 and, baring my head, 
slowly I feel myself 
 turning gray.
 
And I myself 
 am one massive, soundless scream 
above the thousand thousand buried here.
 
I am 
 each old man 
 here shot dead.
 
I am 
 every child
 here shot dead.
Nothing in me
 shall ever forget! 
The "Internationale," let it 
 thunder 
when the last anti-Semite on earth 
is buried forever.
 
In my blood there is no Jewish blood.
 
In their callous rage, all anti-Semites 
must hate me now as a Jew.
 
For that reason
 I am a true Russian!
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Come Back Safely By Sylva Gaboudikan

 

Even to say good-bye
even if it’s the last time
even reluctantly

even to hurt me again
even with the harsh acid
of sarcasm that stings

even with a new kind of pain
even fresh from the embrace
of another. Come back, just come.

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okc pets magazine (broken arrow, jenks, sapulpa, and cleverland)

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Marilyn King

Debra fite

Steve Kirkpatrick

Anna Holton-Dean

Nancy Harrison

Judy Wang

Chris Wang

Emily Wang

Jill Moreno wilson Wu

Emily Dickerson Wu

Michelle Robinson

Shihe Liu

Ying Liu

Chuanzhen Peng

Cheryl Steckler

Nicole Castillo

Julie Bank

Juer Yan

Zhongqiang Peng

Yongcui Yan

Yongshun Yan

Yongtao Yan

Fei Yang

Zhiyuan Yang

Pat Becker

Kaycee Chance

Nancy Gallimore

Emily Perry

Madeline Rugh

Cindy Webb

Penny Nichols

Yizhi Yan

Caihong Yang

Ai Hong Yang

Qun zhi Yang

Qun E Yang

Guoping Yang

Qingming Yang

Songzhi Hu

Qiao Hu

Lin Hu

Sansan Yang

Mimi Yang

Wanron Yang

Mi Yang

Peifu Wu

Fu Yan

Eric Wu

Neel Rao

Zach Lewis-Hill

Jim Hill

Cathy Lin

Theresa Burke

Patricia Young

bob Young

Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bush

George Bush

Barbara Bush

Laura Bush

 

 

 

 

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