What began as a book evolved into a movement. Together, we can be the change agents of poetry.
We Are Poetry: Lessons I Didn’t Learn in a Textbook is filled with many surprises you would not ordinarily find in a collection of poetry. This book contains several components that serve as an academic complement giving creative insight into the poetry revolutionary movement. It functions as a dialogue engineer, designed to build and employ the application of poetry in the fight against illiteracy, functional illiteracy, aliteracy, and disparity.
· How ArchiPoetry and TheraPoetry can improve your cognitive and spiritual poetry patois.
· How this book serves as a disrupter in the conventional order of poetry by promoting diverse cultures and a platform for voices that were once silent.
The subjects in this book are simple to understand, creatively descriptive, emotionally engaging, and easy to connect to readers. Kym Gordon Moore begins with her chapters of personal observations relevant to her poetry experience, interspersed with ninety-eight poems. While many critics theorize that poetry is on the verge of flat-lining, Kym believes poetry advocates are witnessing an incredible revival of the genre through a growing, diverse, and new generation of poetry enthusiasts.
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Whether or not you regularly attend a place of worship, Diversities of Gifts: Same Spirit will serve as a catalyst of inspiration to help you seek, discover and develop your spiritual gift. This vessel of encouragement and enlightenment is easily understandable, digestible and informative, without sounding condescending, intimidating or preachy. Your spiritual gift is custom-made with a divine purpose in mind. Avoid forcing yourself into a position or gift that does not fit. If God calls you to do something, He will give you what you need to get the job done.
Kym Gordon Moore joins 100 writers as a contributor to this edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Mom will touch the heart of any mother with its stories of gratitude, joy, love, and learning from children of all ages. Children of all ages share their words of thanks in these touching, heartfelt stories.
The foreword for this edition was written by Joan Lunden, American journalist, author and former co-host of ABC's Good Morning America.
Poetry spans across diverse cultures, genders and dialects. Poetic thoughts via metaphors, imagination and creativity allow an individual to weave a story-line of lyrical attributes through personal interpretations.
Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry is an eclectic collection of 81 carefully selected poems that are significant to the foundation of this collection and is easy for readers to identify with. This book is dedicated to poetry enthusiasts captivated by the animation of words.