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I Want to Download Free Hawaiian Music - Hawaiian Music Lyrics & Aloha in My Mind (Popularity: )
I want to download free Hawaiian music download Aloha in my mind. I want to embrace those magical love songs Elvis is King Don Ho da kine. Bruddah IZ, "Facing the Future" singing "Over the Rainbow" and "Ua mau ke ea o ka ยปina i ka pono" Bruddah IZ, Hawaiian Supah-man he came and he blessed us and for Hawaii most firmly took a dedicated stand. Hawaiian music lyrics fill my heart with your joy forever loving these islands the taro and the poi. "The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness" Children of the aina taking a ...

Who Wrote The Most Famous Love Poem (Popularity: )
The Most Famous Love Poem Love poems have been written for centuries to inspire lovers and create romance. When you give your special someone a love poem, you can express your feelings through eloquent words in a memorable way. Many famous love poems are written by classical poets, such as Lord Byron, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and Shakespeare. But a famous love poem by a modern poet may appeal to a younger ...

How Can an Artificial Intelligent Computer Write Decent Poetry - Is it Possible? (Popularity: )
If you were to ask folks who love poetry if an artificial intelligent computer may someday write decent poetry, most likely they would be intrigued with the idea, but also find the concept highly unfortunate. Why? Because folks who write and love poetry equate it to human emotion, living and feeling and since a computer is not alive in the sense we think of life and since it cannot feel ...

Poetry - Two Poems By Turgut Uyar - "Let's Say You're Ready" and "An Evening Dream" (Popularity: )
Let's Say You're Ready by Turgut Uyar Let's say you're ready for a trip "This could be his loneliness as well" says someone Let's see, are you tough enough? What's your weapon? First off, asphalt and cement All of a sudden, you'd be surrounded by water What's more, you don't even know how to swim "These are leftovers from childhood" Says someone who likes to joke "He'd be beaten anyways" Whereas to know the name of everything that I can't comprehend Is oppressing ...

Oh Kauai, Hawaii Forever Be - Keep it Green For Future Generations (Popularity: )
This is my 'keep it green' proclamation, of sorts, for the Hawaiian Islands. The island of Kauai is being overbuilt, for such a tiny island. This poem notes what progress brings, and part of the destruction that can happen, because of our thoughtless march toward what we consider to be progress. Embrace these fragile resources, that have been left in our care. Let us remember to tread lightly, on the ...

The Mad Coffee Lady (In English and Spanish) (Popularity: )
But you My Mad Coffee Lady had God's Pity Ah yes, you passed once our way Some said (must have said): "They are all one These vagabonds! " (A pest!) This was their song. Her feet bare, frosted, benumbed Chilled veins, like chains of iron Hacked heart-yet she weathered the winters With the night, ice cold waves of air- "Victoria the Mad," of Huancayo: homeless. Yes, yes! Slight were her arms, Yet they held a tin can for coffee, ...

From Inside an Open Grave - My Lily Did Escape (Popularity: )
Lily opened her eyes from sleeping lest death take her ore and rob her of her own breath. this grave opened up toward hope. Remembering all in conflict wound or victory thus Lily spoke: "Let me be a snowflake drift in the wind connect with the atmosphere. Solace solace floating till I reach another wound past this one. This one is too hard. Healing. Let me know that space no one around freedom to dance over oceans feet never even touching its liquid whispers at all. Yes I want to fly that high. I don't care what ...

Christopher Okigbo - Looking Back at His Short-lived Life and Taking Stock of His Poetic Legacy (Popularity: )
Christopher Ifekandu Okigbo one of the earliest Nigerian poets, who within his short lifetime, for he died fighting for the independence of Biafra, established himself as a central figure in the development of modern African poetry,has remained one of the most important African poets to write in English. Generally acknowledged as a master poet in spite of a complexity drawn from obscure allusions and symbolism, he has even been named ...

Poetry - Two Poems By Turgut Uyar - "Mostly, It's Yours" and "It Hurts" (Popularity: )
Mostly, It's Yours by Turgut Uyar Tell me to whom now it belongs this apple that I peel with care You know that all I do with care now belongs to you A man on his way to the water let's say should he tilt his shoulder The sun, the water and the tilt of his shoulder all belong to you You stand up, you befit your name, and you're right The world that darkens as you ...

Papa Augusto's Cosmic Journey (a Poem) (Popularity: )
"I was just there; I don't know how I got there...." That is what Papa Augusto said to me at the dinner table this evening (New Years Day-2008). "I asked the Lord (he said), 'why did you send me to a planet without people?" Before he could follow-up on the question (or perhaps ask the question again), the Lord had sent a few spacecraft his way; they were now landing, and a number of folks were dropped off in what papa called ...