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This poem was originally written as SLAM or Performance poetry, its to do with the experience of war and gang violence, from the perspective of teenagers and children
Just a short miscellaneous article on life and people, touches upon contemporary issues in life.
a poem about a fan obsessed girl.
Evolution seems to be the most scientific answer to our origins. Is it? A couple of pertinent questions arise.
What causes evolution?
What is motivating it?
A close examination into the life and style animals show that each and every instance of sexual union shows the way to a disagreeable...
By Erika Korman
Jennifer has a lot on her mind: Mom, school, grades, her future. A talent show gives a solution she could never have expected.
I know a girl - That girl was me
By Liam Strong
I wrote this simultaneously as I arrived home from the library today; the idea just burst into my mind, and so here it is!
A dancer has many ways of performing, but even more ways of tricking themselves.
Humorous & sometimes farcical summary of what it's like to work in a call center.
Music and Dance Performance at Southwood: Amazing Grace
1 April 2012 at 7pm
By Ansel Rover
A singer is accosted by a strong boy and robbed of his expensive items. The robber then asks him to sing and pays him with his own "costlies."
I wrote this about my recent performances with the Lafayette Jefferson Color Guard. I'm so proud of our show. :)
By Iranwo Ewejobi
An African themed play, set in the village of Ajaku. Death and crises seem to be the order of the day. Osundun, the Priest is saddled with the burden of proffering a solution; the King and the entire people of Ajaku village looks up to him. In a bid to unravel the cause of the great plague...
LIVE PERFORMANCE OF A COMEDY POEM(to celebrate friend, Susan's 50th birthday)
After the Lance Armstrong scandal to rock all scandals, some interesting debates raged about the ethics of 'doping'. Despite the grand scale of the debate no answers were gained . . . well then perhaps we are asking the wrong questions?