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Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem

The Book Review

04:38 min | 6 months ago

Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem

"The dawn is hours before we knew it. Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered in witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished we the successors of a country and the time were a skinny black girl. Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one that was amanda gorman the inaugural youth poet lawyer it reading from her poem. At the hill we climb which she read at joe biden's inauguration alexandra alter profiled gorman and interviewed her joining us now to talk a little bit more about that hey alexandra hey pamela so this was a really exciting week in washington but i most loved about the news events. This week was that a poet was the breakout star of the inauguration ceremony on wednesday. Amanda gorman was the youngest inaugural poet and us history. She joins a very elite class of poets. Only been a handful of poets who have performed it including robert frost my ngelo elizabeth richard blanco. So she really brought a lot to this performance. And when i spoke to her what was really interesting to me was. She felt enormous pressure. Not just because of the size of the audience she was going to be addressing. Tens of millions of people potentially watching the events at home but because of the state of the country she felt real responsibility to present a poem that reflected joe biden's inaugural theme of america united and. She said they didn't give her any specific guidelines but they said that's the three million inauguration but she also really wanted to address. What has happened recently in the country. Particularly the partisan divisions that we've seen the political violence the effects of the pandemic. It's a really dark moment. And so she was kind of trying to counter johnston to forces the potential for unity. But also these deep divisions that we're seeing in the country now so interestingly. She was really struggling with the poem. The inaugural committee reached out to her late december. She had a few weeks to work on it and was kind of she said it's like it felt like climbing a mountain would do a few versus a day and then on january six. We all watched across the country as the unfolded at the capital. There was the insurrection. There and rioters stormed the capital. And amanda gorman at that point had written about half of her poem and she stayed up late into the night and finished it because she just felt this urgency. And so you're there are verses in the poem that reflect what we saw that day the other thing that she said that was interesting about how she prepared to write it was. She said she always starts with historical research so she studied speeches from leaders who really brought their countries together. In times of crisis she looked at speeches by winston. Churchill abraham lincoln martin luther king junior and she listened to music that inspired her including the musical hamilton. There are a couple of hamilton references within the poem. That some people caught including lin-manuel miranda who was very appreciative of her poetry. So it's been incredible to see their response to her work after she gave this really kind of inspiring performance her books. She has two books coming out this year. Actually three because they're releasing the poem she wrote as a standalone and she has now the number one and number two books on amazon and this is a poet who is twenty two years old and she's preparing to publish her debut collection. This fall so she's gone incredibly quickly from somebody who had following and was pretty well known in the poetry world to kind of national literary star and one other thing that i loved about her performance and her approach to it which she talked about how she felt like she was representing not just her own words but representing poetry itself representing american poetry and y you know it was important to have poetry part of the ceremony. She said when. I spoke to her now more than ever. The united states needs an inaugural poem. Poetry is typically the touchstone that we go back to when we have to remind ourselves of the history that we stand on the future that we stand for so i thought it was lovely that she felt that she was standing up in front of the capital. Two weeks after the insurrection took place kind of representing poetry as a form that can unite the country.

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22-Year-Old Los Angeles Poet to Perform at Inauguration

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:18 min | 6 months ago

22-Year-Old Los Angeles Poet to Perform at Inauguration

"Old L a poet Amanda Gorman was asked to write a poem and recited at Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow. But you probably don't know that Gorman, who became the nation's first national youth poet laureate a few years ago shares Personal connection with the president elect. Like Biden, who spoken openly about having studied as a child, Gorman has had to overcome a childhood speech impediment. She had difficulty saying certain letters of the alphabet. The letter R was especially tough, which caused her to have to constantly self edit. I don't want to say girls can change the world, but I cannot say Many of the letters in that statement, so I'd say things like young woman can shape the globe. Gorman says her inauguration poem was partly inspired by the insurrection of the U. S Capitol earlier this month. Here's a preview of that poem, which is called the Hill We Climb Allow Democracy can be periodically delayed. It can never be permanently defeated. In this truth in this faith we trust for while we have our eyes on the future history has its eyes on us. And when she steps to the microphone tomorrow, Gorman will continue a tradition that includes luminaries such as Robert Frost in Maya Angelou, who is one of her personal heroes, and crowds could soon

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"robert frost" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"At what i think is one of the most commonly misunderstood poems in english literature It's a classic most americans already know. You probably read it at some point in high school or even earlier. But it's an interesting poem. Because i think it usually gets interpreted to mean the exact opposite of what it actually means all right so this is the road not taken by robert frost. Are you ready to hear it again. Yeah yeah this is always a pleasure to hear or to read. Even though it's one that. I think we're all hit with a league probably at the elementary school level. You know i feel like. I came to a greater appreciation of just the the music of robert frost poems as an adult than i than i had for them when i was in school. So i'm not sure exactly what changed there may became grumpier and he was quite a grump himself. but But here we go to roads diverged in a yellow wood and sorry i could not travel both and be one traveller long. I stood and looked down one as far as i could to. Where it bent in the undergrowth then took the other as just as fair and having perhaps the better claim because it was grassy and wanted where though as for that the passing their had warned them really about the same and both that morning equally lay in leaves no step had trodden black. Oh i kept the first for another day yet. Knowing how way leads onto way. I doubt if i should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh. Somewhere ages and ages hence two roads diverged in a wood and i. I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference. It's beautiful bom. It really is but one of the things that is really funny is that i think people usually interpret this poem as a sort of a celebration of unique individuality and a celebration of going your own way. It's about how if you go boldly where others have not gone before. If you remain your unique authentic self and choose the stranger path you will be rewarded with a life of unique meaning but if you read it closely i think the poem is meant to be a quite ironic sort of parry way of thinking because what happens in it. Won't the speaker comes to a fork in the road. The speaker evaluates the forte each path for a bit at first thinks one is more traveled than the other but then ultimately realizes that they're about the same then takes one road rather than the other for no major reason they are in reality pretty much indistinguishable then thinks about how later in life. He'll be claiming that he took the bold untravelled paths and that it changed his life even though that wasn't true..

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"robert frost" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Welcome back to the zone. Jamie Morris, Dennis 50 Matt Measure at the Taj Mahal doing the ones and twos and now it's your day today 7349 18 50 73499 10 50. Okay. The question is the don brown. Get you psyched up. Are you ready for some defense? Are you ready for the Michigan football defense team? I mean, look, he broke it down as much as he could, and he put it. In your hands. Are you? Are you behind this team? Do you believe I'm not standing on a shot anybody out because they're not shut anyone out. But I'm saying they'll stop teams from scoring touchdowns. Such a field goal is better than touchdown anytime as my next caller 73 for 1918 50, Let's go to J. J and Lincoln Park. What's up, Jack? Well, I'll tell you what, Miss Field goal could be better than anything else. Thank you Did your hair and circa 1985 against Chris White with the 30 yard field goal to win the game after jail, White trouble down in the red Zone. And today Dear Herrin number 35 in my football program, but number one in my heart. I thank you deter Herren. You like that game? Oh, I like that with that. Your you for you for? Well, I don't know. You know, when you've got Dennis from the OSI, a Robert Frost you pour himself I have no ventriloquism or any voice knowing that I can't ever do it. Maybe I could do one from Billy Taylor. Hey, chemo. Just a couple of things. I want to correct you on. You said it was your rookie with that then 87 going in 88. That couldn't have been. You know why? Because I can t wait a 2nd 1988 in the Hall of Fame ball. You let Oppa crimson. It was all right. It was 88 like your rhymes. I think their brain recruiting you in the fall of the three might have been hard because his last game coach was in December of 82.

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What's next for Solar Orbiter after its historic launch to the sun

BrainStuff

03:35 min | 1 year ago

What's next for Solar Orbiter after its historic launch to the sun

"Hey brain stuff lauren. Boban here a newly launched spacecraft promises to broaden our understanding of the sun called solar orbiter or the Solo for short it left Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Central Florida on Sunday February. Ninth at three PM. The new probes part of an international collaboration between NASA and the European Space Agency or ESA both parties contributed to its arsenal of scientific instruments. Some of these gadgets will remotely image the Sun It's atmosphere and the materials it spews forth others are built to keep tabs on the spacecraft's immediate surroundings during the wee hours of February tenth. Two Thousand Twenty European Space Operation Center in Darmstadt Germany got a signal confirming the orbiter's on board solar panels were functioning correctly so begins a seven year plan mission the orbiter is supposed to take to paraphrase. Robert Frost the route less traveled. You see all the planets in our solar system revolve around the sun on the same General Plane. Give or take a few degrees called the ecliptic plane. It's like a giant invisible disk a one that very nearly lines up with Sun's equator most of our space fearing devices are gravitationally confined to this plane but the so low is meant to escape it by exploiting the gravity of Earth and Venus the probe will orbit the sun on a unique and tilted pathway. This unique trajectory will give the solo twenty two close approaches to the Sun as close as twenty six million miles or thirty five million kilometers as well as bringing it within the orbit of Mercury to study the sun's influence on space. It will also give the solo the chance to do something no craft has ever done before take pictures of the solar polls looking down from above or up from below just like Earth. The Sun has a north and South Pole in two thousand eighteen the ESA used data from the probe to satellite trying to determine what the northern pole looks like. But probe to couldn't photograph this region directly. If all goes according to plan the solo will do just that. It's I close pass by. The Sun will be twenty twenty at about a third the distance from the Sun to Earth. And that's just the beginning. Another mission involves SOLO PARTNERING UP WITH BE Parker Solar probe launched in two thousand eighteen. This space craft is able to fly much closer to the sun and the solo ever will comparing the feedback from both probes. Ought to tell us. A great deal about the mysterious phenomenon called solar wind which are streams of charged particles. Any color pictures that the solo gives us should provide relevant insights to the sun's polar probably have a big effect on its atmosphere as a whole along with the winds unleashes. The Solos unique travel plans will put it in contact with intense heat and extreme cold. The new probe is going to revolve around the Sun. Very long very narrow oval shaped orbit as it nears the Star. Things will get rather toasty. And that's why designers fitted solar orbiter with reflective heat shield coated in titanium foil according to NASA this shield stand temperatures as high as nine hundred seventy degrees Fahrenheit or five hundred and twenty degrees Celsius. It's also got

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"robert frost" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

26:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert frost" Discussed on The Daily Beans

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"robert frost" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"robert frost" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"News dot net and they're claiming that wicky strat recruited Jamal Kashogi shortly before his murder and one year after the firm's owner met with senior advisers in the Saudi government so forensic news is obtained thousands of documents that include correspondence between a senior leader of Wiki strat and lower level employees in which the senior leader said Kashogi had been recruited and told the employees to go out and recruit similar journalists for project he was vague about. So why is this it's well wikileaks is owned by Joel Zamel and about a year ago he met with those Saudi government officials who according to a New York Times report discussed using private intelligence firm quickey strapped to assassinate traders to the Saudi crown so while Zamil supposedly declined the offers messages show his firm later recruited showed you for a secret project with unclear purposes for an unknown client Zamel founded Wicky Strat in two thousand nine he'll founded PSI group another until firm that was invested negated by Muller for pitching a social media plan to the trump campaign which was bankrolled by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and Zamel received a payment of two million dollars I'm George Nader Right after trump won the election but trump and his associates said they did not employ the firm according to the documents obtained by Scots deadman and forensic days after Kashogi was murdered the same senior employees wicky strap began denying Kashogi was ever recruited for any project but the lower level employees said that that's aimed off replying uh-huh what Saudi experts get the wrong idea with Kashoggi's appearance Saudi experts will be less likely to join our project and when forensic news I reached out to wicky strapped for comment they replied but when faced with publishing the PR team it Wiki strat insisted it was off the record and threatened to sue though forensic news agreed to no such off the record terms and that prompted them to publish the PR statement in four which you can read it forensic news dot net Zamel has links as you not multiple trump associates including Nader Eric Prince in the Seychelles the August third meeting and trump tower in two thousand sixteen that Seth Abramson considered one of the most consequential meetings of the grand bargain that meeting was initiated by Erik Prince and was attended by Nader Nader is the guy who's been arrested on child pornography charges nater trump junior Stephen Miller Joel Zamel who pitched Joel Zamel pitched the trump campaign pitch these guys on the Social Media Manipulation Plan and Flynn was approached Zamel later one of Zambia's associates testified that Zamel said Flynn took his money and the link between them is is a convicted felon felon from the Muller Probe Bijon Kion who incidentally was lobbying with Flynn on behalf of Turkey where Kashogi was murdered and Turkey now has connections to Giuliani who lobbied for Golan's extradition and against the indictment of Hulk Bank and reser rob that's the golden cash smuggler he tried to get Tillerson to get off the hook and we know that one of the phone calls stated in the Code Word Cla- are stored in the codeword classified since him along with the call does Alinsky as a call with Muhammed Bone Sar Mohammed bin Salman that took place in the immediate aftermath of Kashoggi's murder and if that's not enough PSI group signed a con tried with Cambridge Analytica to provide social media services and they signed this contract right after trump got elected we still have bins that that Mohammed bin Salman trump call is Kashogi and now we're a step closer to that so thanks to Stegman and his intrepid reporting check them out at forensic news dot net impact lunch because the murder board is bananas is really really crazy story and it's got a lot of connections and it goes all the way back to what we were discussing on in the report and what Seth Abramson wrote about in proof of corruption proof of conspiracy prove collusion his two books and specifically the third proof of corruption. There you go there's there's your new book so that's just bananas I think I thought that was crazy that isn't saying that takes honestly a lot of processing time for me I have nothing to add right now okay picture means and it's a lot of detail too because I mean if you think about the ties between I mean you know Zamel and wicky strat trying to sell with PSI group trying to sell this social media program trump on August third twenty sixteen in trump tower with Stephen Miller and nature who's representing UAE at that point An Eric Princeton junior and and also then later making a deal with knbr genetic a couple of months later or no a couple of months later because that was two thousand sixteen and it was just after they signed that deal then and and of course like I said we had that payment from from nature to Zamel two million and and Zamel is only worth or natives only worth three million and two of its in crypto currency which is already sketches fuck so you have all these connections going on at all mm to come back to that August third meeting and you know and now we've got all these links with Kashogi and we're finding out about this call on the system with hummed bone saw why why would they have hired him do you think I think they were recruiting him to kill him right that's the only thing that would make sense given their other escapades with trying to cause wicky strat and PSI group we're both Zamel productions yet right so if your most of their work it looks is not in the pursuit of truth which is what Kashogi imagine had a reputation for yeah that was his whole all around yeah yeah and and there's no why Yeah Well The New York Times said that Zamel met with high ups in the Saudi government and discussed using private intelligence firms to assassinate trade the crown I think yeah Kushner is the one who gave up Kashogi but and then Saudi could had Zamel Recruit Kashogi and and that and then all of a sudden when Kashogi was murdered the with his marriage license yeah that's that was the story for a while right he was just that's still the stories far as I know yeah that's what's confusing to me is like what information could wicky Shrek gets from Kashogi or about his whereabouts that they couldn't get through other means you know right I don't know unless it was to keep a tag on him to be like to reach out to him to try to hire them for this project and then when they pink pins back be like Oh we're here now yeah or if they were getting paid to maybe prod him for certain answers and sentiments or something that were then used to weaponize Saudi Arabia's desires to kill him that's true they could have been employed trying to Saudi Arabia could be employing wicky strapped to get him to do something completely different and then the assassination also just happened but you know it's just really interesting that the call between trump and mb has happened in the wake of it you know and it was hidden in that system yeah yeah not a good look in the aftermath of his assassination hi call between yeah NBS yeah not a good look to any call really but yes yes typically in that situation so broadcasting have taken us a long time to get all the information out but check it out forensic news dot net cool we'll be right back on average a burglary happens once every twenty three seconds in the United States and eighty three percent of burglars admitted they specifically look to see if there's an alarm system and.

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"robert frost" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"You're going to need a lot of good life is lack of box of Amandas poos phrase you never know what's GonNa also squatty potty and don't eat this him the promise that they were going to stick with their normal you know benevolent sort of stands on maybe he just thought maybe I can locker room talk them into this shit or something but I don't know I don't know because because he'd trump never actually I don't think directed him directly to do anything he actually does Giuliani yeah I have a question can you remind me what the context was of those text messages exactly yeah they come in fall but it's basically when he starts oh something this doesn't feel like the US Ukraine Policy Pompeii Oh promise me and so in that case you know what was pompeo doing was he turning a blind eye or did he legitimately not know or was he totally involved in just lying to these to these diplomats it's you know and I think we'll get into that shortly so we'll be right back with more opening statements and the bombshells that are in it and and more discussion in just one minute missie will be big daily beans is brought to you by third love and I am obsessed with thirdlove Bras I have four of them because they perfectly first bras to ever fit me perfectly thirdlove uses data points generated by over fourteen million women who have taken their fit finder quiz and the great thing is third love takes breast size and shape into mind it's not just one shape and you know just worry about the cup size and the band size they talk about brush shape perfect fit for you you can send it back.

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"robert frost" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"House stronger than the coming storms yet to the world house. Wow. What a Robert frost. What a poet as he giggles through his speech. Go ahead needed and sanctuary to all who seek it. Sanctuary for all who seek it. Sanctuary for all who seek it. This damn government in California damn well better. Not come to the federal well and asked to be bailed out. Because that state is going to go bankrupt. They can't stop spending. They can't stop borrowing. They have the highest taxes in the country. They regulate the hell out of productive people and small businesses. Attack. Your civil liberties. When it comes to your right? A private property when it comes to your right to protect yourself with a weapon. Not a legal aliens can do no wrong, a sanctuary state. A one party state where now they've even changed the voting system. As if it's the old Soviet Union. Are they carrying Russia? China. It's a disgrace. This magnificent state with its magnificent resources a state that gave us Ronald Reagan a state that elected dukmajian estate that elected Pete Wilson. Now, they elect their schmo. He. We welcome maybe bad. Yes. We do sanctuary all who seek it. Hey pots. What about the citizens of California? Of course, half of them are nuts. They vote democrat. No matter what what what about the other half better still saying you get dragged along into this abyss. There's not a rational objective economists on the face of the earth who believes a state can withstand this kind of economic pressure sanctuary to all who seek it. He's not going to be trashed by the media. He'll be loved over there at MSL ST. He'll be loved by the constipated news network. He'll be getting some award from the Kennedy foundation for human rights, or whatever. And the rest of the country should be dragged in this direction. This is where Nancy Pelosi comes from. And her sanctuary city. Where people defecate on the streets where they have tents whether syringes. He wants beautiful livable city. We should do that to the entire country. You see? Then we had this idiot mayor of.

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"robert frost" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The the headline on all of this is Robert Frost's famous and short poem stopping by woods on a snow evening is one of these works that is now out of copyright. And I I'm been working on an opera based on this one eight line poem. I think I'm going to write it who's woods her these. I think I know he lives somewhere in the village though. And Ben might want to help me find a way. Much further down the road. I just came up with that idea when I was writing the script for tonight's show brick. No, no, I I think I think there will be a lot of adaptations. I mean since nobody's writing original work for Broadway anymore. There's going to be unfortunately, Sinclair Lewis, the these social realist, novelist of the twenties and thirties who's got a lot of work coming out now under this copyright changing. I don't know if I wanna see bap at the musical, you know. Well, that is the topic of my stage musical adaptation, but I have to say I was fairly excited. When I first read about this news, but John have rod you've managed to really dampen. Some of my hopes and dreams there on perhaps won't be making my musical here in Britain. I might have to head to New Zealand to work on that one. But indeed that does bring us to the end of today's program big things to I guess today. John Everard and Michael Goldfarb. Today's edition of Madari house was produced by Bill Ludi. It was researched by page Reynolds. And Nick money's I'll studio manager was Christie Evans. Stay tuned. Fulsome more music next at nineteen hundred hours. It's a brand new episode of our business program. The entrepreneurs with Daniel Bauge in the jam Madari house is back at the very same time tomorrow that's eighteen hundred he in London. I'm Ben Ryland. Thank you for listening.

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Bitcoin extends slide and loses 30 percent in a week

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Bitcoin extends slide and loses 30 percent in a week

"And what's happened is that, you know, people just aren't buying the machines to mind, bitcoin and other. Me. What does mine come on? You've done this for decades. What does accumulate Cumulus mine? All these calculations in order to generate bitcoin, and you need high powered machines to do it and video has the kind of chips running those machines. And by the way, we should point out that stock is down another one and a half percent in today's race. And I just give you the news from Switzerland at the exchange. There has given a green light to the world's first exchange traded product tracking multiple crypto currencies the Amazon crypto E T P will begin trading next week. So they'll be another outlet for your money. If you look. What a fork is this weekend. It's like a roster different than a spoon. It's like a Robert frost opponents a wrote you take the fork in the road takes up when you get there. When you get to the fork in the road, take moving David Wilson. Thank you so much bitcoin. I mean, come on five thousand eighty one is the intraday lie. Let let's talk about something just, you know, Staples like the US government. Let's bring in our expert when it comes to all things related to the federal budget. Jack Fitzpatrick is our Bloomberg government budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick, the president met with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell as well. As Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama Senator Shelby the appropriations chairman he met with them over the weekend. Are we going to get a budget shutdown is that gonna happen there?

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"robert frost" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

Writers Who Don't Write

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Writers Who Don't Write

"I feel like two pather cook for only important for form in American literature, but okay. This rough, how you gonna this. Robert frost only five cats that's wrong. The road I'm from New Hampshire. I can. I can say it, but I mean, I love the guy grew up reading, classic. I guess what I'm getting at is called the road the road not taken Mekran take. I will go back and read that again for you. I and you can tell how little I know about poetry, but but what I was saying that you know, like reading your books. It I, I would. I know it's it's like a poetic novel, I think, is what you call it. But I mean verse novel in verse. It just strikes me that it's it's a little bit different than than what you would typically expect when you pick up a chap or something. Yeah, the idea is try to tell a story, you know, is to create a narrative. Like I believe that poetry is fun and functional. I believe that it's cool and it's complete. I believe that poetry ultimately is exciting engaging, but you've gotta find that poem that's going to be that for you. That's going to be acceptable. That's going to be relatable as connect with you. And I find that for so many people, you know, our experience, our interaction with poetry is by poems that don't connect with those poems were forced to read or poems that we don't remember. We'll even remember the titles of the polls in the significant, you know, like the road, not take it. And so so the idea is that I wanted to create a story..

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"robert frost" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast

"This concluding line is the fifth setting change in the song just three minutes in length. The song opens with bird calls at dawn and midway through the first first, Frank signals a change tonight with the line underneath moonlight. Now the first hook marks another change to daylight and after the song's bridge, the second hook marks yet another change tonight. Finally, the song ends with another change to morning and a song about how time passes quicker as we age. All these abrupt shifts from data night seemed to be portraying that experience of time passing quickly before our eyes throughout the track, Frank holds tight to moments and preserves experiences, kind of fighting against the persecution of the relentless March of time and tear that I'd like to return to Robert frost poem. Nothing gold can stay. We know Frank is a fan of frost as he's posted a frost poem on his tumbler back in two thousand eleven and just eight lines long. Nothing gold can stay as apoe more reading. Now, as I believe, it's the Matic kindred spirit of ocean skyline to as I read it. You'll hear frost outlined the permanence of spring flowers itself. A metaphor for the fleeting moments of youth, the decay of innocence as we grow older and the inevitable deterioration of perfection. All notions encapsulated in ocean skyline to quote, nature's verse green is gold. Her hardest hue to her early leaves of flour, but only so an hour then leave subsides to leave. So Eden sank grief. So Don goes down today. Nothing gold can stay..

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"robert frost" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Yeah you can literally be lost or you can speak about being lost as in terms of not knowing your vocational direction how to make the next decision to make light decision you when you talk about figuring out the right decision to make we talk about finding my way jesus and wisdom literature in the bible uses these two paths to roads images all the time of like the right path and the wrong path narrows the gate broad the road thing the famous robert frost poem two roads diverged in a wood where he isn't talking about hiking so yeah all these biblical proverbs the heart of a man plans his way but the lord establishes his steps so life is a journey so the deep underlying metaphor that our brains are constantly drawing upon to make sense of day to day experience the gives meaning door choices we talk about four and the road moment a metaphor can the road that's a good example so like it brings journey is the basic one and a manifest and all these different he's different ways turns of phrases poetic expression that's right yep yeah yeah they talk about other ones of people are plants people as plants i've never heard this one are of humans the way we talk about each other summit with plant language so yeah we talk about kids sprouting or actually more common one is like she went to college man she blossomed his blossomed we offspring or in the bible the hebrew word for children as seed human children.

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"robert frost" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Joys permanently alters every subsequent outcome that means that the future is entirely unpredictable mathematicians who studied this phenomenon call chaos theory because it demonstrates that even in a complex system a small change can make a dramatic difference robert frost wrote about that in a poem called the road not taken it tells of a traveler reflecting on a moment when he needed to choose between two roads that diverged in the woods his decision to take one instead of the other made all the difference in his life some people read the poem and conclude that the traveler took the less popular path what frost caused the road not taken but if you read the poem closely it reveals something else when the traveler chose one of the two roads what he referred to as the road less traveled he did not know for sure that it was less traveled but he realizes that when he reaches old age he will mistaken they remember it as the obvious choice at the time that poem is about hindsight bias it's also about consequential decisions members of the class of two thousand eighteen my time with you is limited and i did not plan to spend much of it offering kudos congratulations are certainly had to the graduates and to their families friends teachers and administrators who brought you to this momentous occasion but this is a commencement address it is not a graduation speech you're only at the start of your legal career far from the finish line there's still a lot of work to be done one additional step you'll need to take before practicing law is to swear.

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"robert frost" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on WDRC

"Our scripture today proverbs twenty two seven the bar the retrievals over the poor and the borrower is slave to the lender robert frost says a bank is a place where they lend you an umbrella in fairweather and ask for it back when it begins to rain that's true and you know what banks have drive thru tellers right so cars can see the real owners okay anyway there you go hey guys tax time is here taxes taxes suck there's a lot of stuff i'd rather be doing than do taxes i can just tell you that you tell yourself i'll do it tomorrow put it off onto town to be an adult we gotta get it done ride now you don't want this hanging over your head irs says ninety percent of americans have tax situations complicated enough to warrant hiring a professional don't screw this up skip the stress go to an e l p one of our endorsed local providers for taxes we heavily vet these folks they go through an interview process like anyone else that wants to get hired and only one out of five that we interview actually fired they have to be competent have to be rocksolid dependent dependable and they're all cpa's or enrolled agents and they really know their stuff you will save money big time if you use a pro to do your taxes i should koran late recommended melissa's with us in midland texas i'm doing great better than i deserve what's up in your world author need to well i want to say thank you for what you have done it my family the harley grateful to god the let you have done and how you change aren't only tree forever thank you and my question is we have worked through all of the davy steps and we are in baby steps and seven and the only thing my husband he used to have life insurance the previous employer he changed employers and so we were wanting to go out and get life insurance that is not through an employer so if he does change job we just want something that would stick with us run but we weren't sure how much to do and we know that you.

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"robert frost" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Sailor meet guerrilla master very rock lucifer duke big gun roms stain a ads summer boy and philip underwood i love the self expression and it always makes my to go through attendance sets us as the vet shit ever i hear is another one from rachel and casey who say my husband and i agree that abed made with clean sheets tops our list of wonderful things the clean smell the detergent and the crisp feel of the sheets is one of the best things in life bonus point of the sheets were lined dried on a breezy sunny day a lot of people write about sheets sheets are very good and very important to a lot of people a cameo says guys are so pumped about hollowing cereal is the only time of year they make blueberry so i buy a ton at once it's my favorite what's your do you like it i don't really i know blueberry very very well i'm very intimate with very but i don't really know blake contract killer or anything like that are really have connection michigan heinrich sugary cereals uh but it is very exciting thank you cameo here's one from brett who says i love shoveling snow the whole world is quiet except for the show of your boots with every step there are some robert frost for you because poetry not because i was making a frost pun it's called and hard work sometimes but it's wonderful when i get back inside have a steaming shower and snuggle back in the bed now that's the best part i can get into live in chicago shovelled snow once i said never again but i did like a shower in bed afterwards as extremely good hey thank you to maximum fun for having a finger to maximum fun hour check out all the great shows their shows like laid a lady and judge on hodgman and stop podcasting yourself.

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"robert frost" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Oriental just dissolved after she read that it was really really chills eyes reading it had literally like is so powerful for me i it's interesting i again i'm not a huge fan of his pom start to finish but those closers are incredible just thinking of this you know fortysomething year old man walk into his insurance company job did eventually quit the insurance company genres at like his is this is side gig i mean that's the thing like so hey he won the pulitzer prize for poetry for his collected poems and nineteen 55 which was also the year he died so i'm not sure who has asked him as or not but i mean it's not like poem now is bringing in a big batteries making a dea era at the insurance company it doesn't necessarily seem prudent to quit that flynn poems and see us i just i love i just love a lot about him and i'll obviously love those those little short snippets there i would pay any amount of money for at on how this would exist but like a nice like viral video clip of him just hustling with robert frost yeah he was really critical a robber fries and they would exchange jabs they've had varied hovering style of robert frosts poet shit okay yeah i think the road less traveled is bad i have to find the clip from their correspondents i'll share it in the face but for some gold things can stay if i was him rain.

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"robert frost" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Wandering down the street east nowhere vermont yeah exactly but i see this in up ahead and they're all these cars and their heating oil people and there are filmmakers and cameras being pulled in and out of the places and i go inside and i'm crying and this middle aged man comes over to me what's the matter and has been left i didn't even know what to say he said i'm going to take care of you he said i am doing a movie on robert frost this afternoon a documentary and you're getting come out with me and talked about mr frost and it's gonna make you feel better and i spent the entire afternoon with robert frost talking poetry and this actually happen bella cornyn sir who is a wellknown documentary and done movies on truman eisenhower and he was doing this documentary on frost he took a never seen me afford might his life he was guy he was wonderful and and it really did it really sort of was a very important experience in my life because at that point i was so depressed and so i didn't didn't know wh what i was doing i didn't know where i was going and here was this man who literally saved my life that day and showed me that that was beauty in wonder and fabulous in life which of course i knew what i'd forgotten you know this is really an incredible experience point in your life you weren't writing then were you i was keeping a journal i cast kept a journal since uh i was at the edge saddling i was motlana acting at i started act yes i did some added that win in your in your career as a writer because it really tick off so to speak until when while i was i was actress on broadway and often none of his wife for ten years or ten years uh but i always wanted araya had these dual ambitions of wanting to be both an actress and a writer like coal at but you walked away from acting more.

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"robert frost" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Probably every dream interpreter should say before an interpretation if this were my dream this is what i would think because i'm gonna give you my associations in it and the meeting for you might be different but you know the line is the most basic of boundaries and boundaries are crucial foundries or the beginning of life and there was a particular line in jewish mysticism called the higher in line it's sort of like the line of moral defense and and and what you will not go past and so when that line becomes erotic our lives become erotic um just like robert frost said good fences may take good neighbours and so on there is something about a human life in an consciousness fits about maintaining that line and you see it metaphorically express like walking mistreating narrow path and so when that that crucial wind becomes erotic for us that can be agreed metaphor for our live is becoming a radic and are losing our moral compass what do you call jonathan what do you call these dreams or people are able to use the dreams to complete a miss a mission a project um maybe try to communicate with the boss that you want to give you will raise would you go to bed in your dream state and you just let it take over so in other words streams where we're people have some kind of utilitarian and yes they use it to influence somebody else rights well i mean it's the suspect practice because i mean this this year's into what some people would call black magic because if you're trying to sort of intrude on someone else's site turkey and somewhat violate their free will or influence them in some heavyhanded way um you know that may be a very uh unsavory morley unsavory practice to do um so if you're.

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"robert frost" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"robert frost" Discussed on KELO

"If this were my dream this is what i would think because i'm gonna give you my associations in and the meaning for you might be different but you know the line is the most basic of foundries and boundaries are crucial founders of the beginning of life and there is a particular line in jewish mysticism called the in line of sort of like the line of moral defense and and and what you will not go past and so when that line becomes erotic our lives become erotic um just like robert frost said good fences is make good neighbors and so on there is something about a human life and and consciousness fits about maintaining that line and you see it metaphorically express like walking the straight and narrow path and so when that that crucial line becomes erotic for us that can be a great metaphor for our live is becoming a radic and our losing our moral compass what are you call jonathan what do you call these dreams or people are able to use the dreams to complete a myth a mission a project maybe trying to communicate with the boss that you want to give you will raise but you go to bed in your dream state and you just let it takeover sonos the word streams were were people have some kind of utilitarian and yes to use it to influence somebody else right well i mean it's the suspect practice because i mean this this year's into what some people would call black magic because if you're trying to sort of intrude on someone else's psyche and somewhat violate their free will or influence them in some heavyhanded way um you know that may be a very uh unsavory morley unsavory practice to do um so if if you're trying.

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