I Skyler Pifer Captained my boat to East shore of baseline lake, Pinckney MI on the 4th of July. With family and friends aboard to enjoy the band on the water an each others company. We arrived approximately 2:45pm after securing the boat I left to walk around to socialize, after 45 minutes I returned to my boat to find our rebel flag removed from the canopy. I was told by Melanie McIntyre a group of men came by an told them to take the flag down, I being appalled immediately placed the flag in its original position on the canopy. With no immediate threat present I left an returned to walking around the sandbar enjoying the band an nice weather.
On this night, Marilyn Kallet was first introduced to the audience as a wonderful writer and a poet, that she was also been involved in editing of the many creative writings including contemporary American Women books for children. Religious matters, she was also introduced as an extensive traveler who has travelled and performed in places like Poland, France and have attended theatrics, and have hosts symposiums, and edited for a period of 23 years here in the University of Tennessee. Dr. Kallet was portrayed as a committed member of this University, and has written numerous various creative writings among which the Jewish origin, and she was very instrumental in the recruitment of many young poet. “Wake Me” poem was read by another colleague connoting the tragic historical event that took place in a Pulse night club in Florida by one Omar Mateen of 29
Walt Whitman and Emily Dickison shared some similarities they often dealt with the same kind of theme. Whitman and Dickison has had their own unique styles of how they would write. Death was the topic that both writer had a strong connection with. Religion was another common topic these two had in common. Beyond the themes they also were so well known for their unique voice and style Both poets also lived and wrote in the northeastern United States in the later half of the nineteenth century..
The movie I chose to watch was a beautiful film by the name Pariah. This film was written and directed with screenplay by Dee Rees, produced by Spike Lee, with cinematography by Bradford Young and starred multiple actors and actress by the names of Adepero Oduye, Charles, Kim Waynes, Sahra Mellesse, Pernell Walker, and Aasha Davis. The film was released December 28, 2011. Since then it has won multiple awards including Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture, Iris Prize, Gotham Independent Film for Breakthrough Director Award, GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film, and Sundance Film Festival Excellence in Cinematography Award.
Both Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech and “The Guest” by Uma Krishnaswami have a similar theme. This theme is don 't judge a book by it 's cover. Both authors teach the theme by the character 's thoughts and actions differently. Walk Two Moons theme is shown through Sal 's thoughts. So when Sal goes into walking Margaret Cadavers moccasins she realizes that you shouldn 't judge someone yet.
The government, the society, and the world has the idea of adulthood all wrong. Adulthood is a concept that never comes to an end, we constantly grow, but there is a time where adulthood begins. It is not when you can vote, smoke, drink, and enter the war. Adulthood begins when you can comprehend the interconnectedness of the universe and a being's place in it. It is the capability to appreciate the difference between rational and emotional, and knowing how to control each.
Faulkner 's and Toomer 's Short Stories More Similar Than They Seem In both short stories there are many similarities that are displayed throughout the story even though they are both wrote by two different authors, who are not even of the same race. William Faulkner the author of "The Evening Sun" is a white man who was raised in the south and had probably personally seen some of the instances that went on in the south on a first-hand basis. While, Jean Toomer who was the author of "Blood-Burning Moon" was an African-American that wasn 't from the south he was just writing about what was going on in the south during this time in America. Both authors represented the society that the southern African-American and White people were living
I’d never heard music like this before, Such loft voices, masculine and clear, And magisterial- - Credo, Gloria and Sanctus. I had never known till then, Felt and though, such sure serenity, Blood into Christ, wine to his blood, and time Existed only in the Rome of squares And shops and fountains. (557) The speaker in “Easter Vigil and Mass” similarly responds to “The Blessing of new fire,” “the church with the covers on statues removed,” “And the Paschal the centre of the world.”
Space: A final frontier – in such a way starts the opening scene of the science fiction television series Star Trek. The phrase establishes the cosmos as a frontier of human exploration and introduces the main focal point of the whole series, the Starship Enterprise, the spacecraft that accepts the challenge and explores new worlds. Television series and movies such as Star Trek and Star Wars gripped my attention from a young age. I have since then always been fascinated with anything that flies, be it in outer space or in our own atmosphere here on Earth.
The Stargazers were the only thing that kept me sane during the four weeks at camp this past summer. Illahee means heavenly world in Cherokee language. And for me, it has been my haven for the past nine years. But this summer was different. I was living in a rather small cabin with eight, ten-year-old girls and my best friend was not there to keep me from going crazy.