(Mostly) Pandemic Poetry

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ISBN 10 : 9781662427596
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Download or read book (Mostly) Pandemic Poetry written by John Milano and published by Page Publishing Inc. This book was released on 2021-05-12 with total page 186 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book of poems was prompted by the author's separation from his wife during the pandemic (family medical care) and his despair of events unfolding in 2020. It includes poetry written during the virus, as well as from throughout his life which are pertinent to today's topics, such as societal ills during the COVID-19 lockdown-faith, drug abuse, war, racism, love, and sexual issues. The book has both Christian and secular influence. This book is a reaction to the viciousness of our treatment of each other as humans, and the hypocrisy of the Church and the government. The author looks past our shortcomings to an optimism, remembering that to be a genuine human being is to have conviction and courage.

(Mostly) Pandemic Poetry

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Download or read book (Mostly) Pandemic Poetry written by John Milano and published by . This book was released on 2021-04-14 with total page 188 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book of poems was prompted by the author's separation from his wife during the pandemic (family medical care) and his despair of events unfolding in 2020. It includes poetry written during the virus, as well as from throughout his life which are pertinent to today's topics, such as societal ills during the COVID-19 lockdown-faith, drug abuse, war, racism, love, and sexual issues. The book has both Christian and secular influence. This book is a reaction to the viciousness of our treatment of each other as humans, and the hypocrisy of the Church and the government. The author looks past our shortcomings to an optimism, remembering that to be a genuine human being is to have conviction and courage.

Awake with the Songbirds

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Download or read book Awake with the Songbirds written by Kyrian Lyndon and published by . This book was released on 2021-07-18 with total page 174 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This collection consists primarily of poems written during the COVID-19 pandemic, a time of loneliness and rumination. Lyndon's poetry stems from intense emotions that swing from one end of the pendulum to the other as she captures the agony of love and loss, along with innocent joy and lighthearted fun. Each poem is an earnest response to life, love, and everything in between. WHAT READERS SAY "She has the ability to convey to the reader some of the most complex thoughts into words that truly reach our hearts."- Love Books "Her lyric voice speaks with careful observation and passion. In the narrative mode, she is masterful in reading life around her. Kyrian possesses the sensitivity, insight, and soul of the true poet. Her writing provides a primer on how to compose meaningful poetry."-Lou Jones

The COVID Pandemic: Essays, Book Reviews, and Poems

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ISBN 10 : 9783031192319
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Download or read book The COVID Pandemic: Essays, Book Reviews, and Poems written by Therese Jones and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2022-12-02 with total page 203 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book contains several critical essays, book reviews, and poems that address the current pandemic to mark a sad but hopeful first anniversary of COVID. Similar to many academic journals, the Journal of Medical Humanities, in which these contributions were first published, has received a number of submissions during the first year of the pandemic relating directly to it. In the early months, the journal saw an unprecedented number of poetry submissions from physicians who seemed to be turning to verse as a way to memorialize what was happening, to find ways of healing from the devastating number of dying patients, and to capture the exhaustion and anxiety of caring for others day after day without respite. By publishing this selection, the volume editors honor and thank all those who have been caring for patients, teaching and mentoring students, and as such have been contributing to our understanding and awareness of this crisis. Previously published in Journal of Medical Humanities, Volume 42, issue 1, March 2021 Chapters “COVID-19, Contagion, and Vaccine Optimism”, “Virile Infertile Men, and Other Representations of In/Fertile Hegemonic Masculinity in Fiction Television Series”, “Movement as Method: Some Existential and Epistemological Reflections on Dance in the Health Humanities” and “The Ethic of Responsibility: Max Weber’s Verstehen and Shared Decision-Making in Patient-Centred Care” are available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com.

Pandemic Poems Plus One

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ISBN 10 : 9781669840480
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Download or read book Pandemic Poems Plus One written by Michael Sykes and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2022-11-10 with total page 85 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The information about the book is not available as of this time.

Corona Diary

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Download or read book Corona Diary written by Nick Toczek and published by Corona Diaries. This book was released on 2022-09-16 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Written daily from March to June 2020, this is a collection of poems from best-selling poet and performer, Nick Toczek. Variously political, social, topical and personal, these poems chart the human experience of the arrival of Covid-19.

The Sky Is a Gate

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Pages : 126 pages
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Download or read book The Sky Is a Gate written by David B. Churchill and published by Pony One Dog Press. This book was released on 2021-03 with total page 126 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Sky is a Gate, from the author of Necropole and Poetry is Mindfulness (among others), is a collection of poems mostly written during the pandemic year of 2020 in which the poet explores the effects of the pandemic on himself and life in general. The collection also includes the long poem "The Social Schedule of Death", which examines the possibility of the transcendence of relationships, in the context of the poet's metaphysical outlook. The next-to-last poem in the collection, before "The Social Schedule of Death", titled "Apology to Christians" is a provocative declaration of spiritual independence every inquiring-minded person should read.

Make the Destination Clear:

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ISBN 10 : 1715386051
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Download or read book Make the Destination Clear: written by Mark Harris and published by Blurb. This book was released on 2020-08-25 with total page 48 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Poems mostly written in Pandemic time, in the context of wider anxieties, with B/W copies of relief prints and mixed-media art. Living incarnationally in a time of injustice and social discord requires that we keep the destination clear.

Mostly Poems for Family and Friends

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ISBN 10 : 9781664143272
Pages : 226 pages
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Download or read book Mostly Poems for Family and Friends written by Sumitra Janorkar Shah and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2020-12-02 with total page 226 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Presented in the following pages is a compilation of Sumitra’s poems that she wrote over the years. While the focus is on our grandchildren, there are poems about her extoling and encouraging family and friends, about the people she loved, her life interests, and other topics as well. This book is our family tribute to her presence in our life

Managing Pandemic Isolation With Literature as Therapy

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ISBN 10 : 9781668447376
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Download or read book Managing Pandemic Isolation With Literature as Therapy written by Cortijo Ocaña, Antonio and published by IGI Global. This book was released on 2022-12-02 with total page 298 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people had to cope with isolation due to lockdown policies that forced them to engage in fewer social activities. People were confined to the small space of their dwellings and felt constrained and socially isolated and deprived of meaningful social interaction and affection, which caused stress and anxiety. Several initiatives were put in place to help diminish the effects of isolation, such as those involving literature either through writing or reading. Managing Pandemic Isolation With Literature as Therapy explains the positive medical and psychological effects of literature and writing during a pandemic at a time when isolation prevented people from engaging with others socially. Covering topics such as clinical psychology, brain neurology, and stress, this reference work is ideal for psychologists, medical professionals, policymakers, government officials, researchers, scholars, academicians, practitioners, instructors, and students.

Just A Touch Of Poetry

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Download or read book Just A Touch Of Poetry written by Eda Sarıtaş and published by ABA ORGANİZASYON EĞİTİM DANIŞMANLIK YAYINCILIK VE PAZARLAMA A.Ş. . This book was released on 2022-10-30 with total page 50 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Just A Touch Of Poetry Eda Sarıtaş ISBN: 978-625-7718-12-7 Kitabın tüm geliri İnovasyon İçin Eğitim Vakfı’na bağışlanmaktadır. Elde edilen gelir ile entelektüel seviyesi yüksek gençlerin eğitimi ve start-up’ları desteklenmektedir. Ayrıca eşitlik ve kapsayıcılık gözetilmektedir.

The Light At The End Of The Covid-19 Tunnel

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Download or read book The Light At The End Of The Covid-19 Tunnel written by Gwendolyn S Corbett and published by . This book was released on 2021-10-20 with total page 94 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Covid-19 was a tsunami of sudden and major disruption on a global scale. Most people around the world experienced immediate and chaotic change. People stopped moving. The earth had a chance to breathe. Early on, people indicated that "there would be life before Covid-19 and life after Covid-19." Life would NEVER be the same. The swelling and welling up caused extreme and explosive forced action for most of humanity and a reaction from earth. There was no warning really. There's been nothing quite as earth-shocking and shattering for the entire world since World War II. Most humans from World War II are no longer here to share the memories of the abrupt and permanent alteration to lives everywhere. Covid-19 served as a reminder as to how precious all of life is. When this global pandemic wave rushed over earth, the impact was of unique proportions and magnitudes. Due to advanced technology and social media, the effects of Covid-19 and the havoc it wreaked on people's emotions, actions, and lives was readily available for the entire world to witness and respond to, or not. Due to the severe measures implemented in my state, the US, and worldwide, the immediate reaction was extreme fear. Close emotional allies of fear, regardless of spiritual and/or political affiliations, were the emotions of criticism, anger, judgment, division, frustration, suspicions, blame, and hopelessness. Basic freedoms that most people around the globe were typically afforded in normal times became forbidden, taboo, shunned. In most places, hand-shaking, hugging, kissing, and close contact were not allowed. In most places, for extended periods of time, restrictions halted physical contact with those outside of one's immediate family. If you were single or an elderly person in an assisted-care facility, there was a great chance of becoming very lonely. The coronavirus basically locked many people up in what would be a prison cell. While in this "prison cell," individuals were forced to reflect on themselves and on the relationships closest to them, mostly their immediate family, whether they were ready to do this or not. Close evaluation of workplace and extended social relationships took place as well. In the state of Ohio where I reside, towards the end of March 2020, the fear of the impending "coronavirus shutdown" was palpable with the extreme measures and restrictions that would affect personal and workplace lives. As an alternative healer and a very sensitive person, I felt the closing in, the locking of the prison cell door, the extreme fear most people felt. The close allies of fear surrounded me and attempted to draw me into the current of negativity. On March 20, 2020, God gave me a message strong and clear. He said, "Gwen, to make it through this pandemic, you must remain positive and hopeful for yourself, your family, community, humanity, and earth." On March 20, 2020, right before Ohio shut down life as usual, the poems started flowing. The first one was inspired by Proverbs 11:25 NIV, "A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed." The poems continued to flow through May 8, 2021, two Mother's Day poems to my mom. These poems are to help heal the wounds of Covid-19. They are a gift to humanity and earth. Certain proceeds from this book will aid poor children in rural Appalachia where I grew up in Southeastern Ohio and hopefully well beyond.

Narrating Medicine in Middle English Poetry

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ISBN 10 : 9781350249806
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Download or read book Narrating Medicine in Middle English Poetry written by Eve Salisbury and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2022-08-11 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Exploring medical writing in England in the 100+ years after the advent of the “Great Mortality”, this book examines the storytelling practices of poets, patients, and physicians in the midst of a medieval public health crisis and demonstrates how literary narratives enable us to see a kinship between poetry and the healing arts. Looking at how we can learn to diagnose a text as if we were diagnosing a body, Salisbury provides new insights into how we can recuperate the voices of those afflicted by illness in medieval texts when we have no direct testimony. She considers how we interpret stories told by patients in narratives mediated by others, ways that women factor into the shaping of a medical canon, how medical writing intersects with religious belief and memorial practices governed by the Church, and ways that regimens of health benefit a population in the throes of an epidemic.

Sounds of the Pandemic

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ISBN 10 : 9781000799941
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Download or read book Sounds of the Pandemic written by Maurizio Agamennone and published by CRC Press. This book was released on 2022-12-06 with total page 379 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Sounds of the Pandemic offers one of the first critical analyses of the changes in sonic environments, artistic practice, and listening behaviour caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. This multifaceted collection provides a detailed picture of a wide array of phenomena related to sound and music, including soundscapes, music production, music performance, and mediatisation processes in the context of COVID-19. It represents a first step to understanding how the pandemic and its by-products affected sound domains in terms of experiences and practices, representations, collective imaginaries, and socio-political manipulations. This book is essential reading for students, researchers, and practitioners working in the realms of music production and performance, musicology and ethnomusicology, sound studies, and media and cultural studies.

Rhymes and Reason

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ISBN 10 : 1802270337
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Download or read book Rhymes and Reason written by Alan McDonald and published by . This book was released on 2021-07-08 with total page 84 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Since CORONAVIRUS reached our shores, we've had a year like no other, one which has changed our society and lives. There have been highs and lows, serious events, poignancy and absurdity. This book chronicles the unfolding of the Pandemic with comment and poems, mostly Limericks. Some are amusing, some thought provoking, some downright hilarious, and some which will jog your memory. Read from start to finish, or dip in, month by month, it will make you smile, laugh, think and remember. "I absolutely loved Rhymes and Reason. I laughed, and cried (almost). A brilliant diary of a bizarre year, a book of surreal memories in an extremely novel and interesting format" Barbara Earl "A very witty little book, had me smiling and positively chuckling." Catherine Buckley

Poems from the Lockdown 2.022

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ISBN 10 : 9798837869723
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Download or read book Poems from the Lockdown 2.022 written by Nikita Aggawal and published by Independently Published. This book was released on 2022-09-22 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: LOCKDOWN 2.022 - a post-pandemic anthology of international poetry Covid ravaged our planet, but with a world cooperating (mostly), vaccines were found, and we survived; however, for the many who grieve lost loved ones, or still suffer the physical and mental after affects, normal life, whatever that may have been, will never return. Our original volume Poems from the Lockdown, published in April 2020, was a snapshot of the moment, immediate, visceral; this volume, Lockdown 2.022, seeks to reflect on the emerging world, where are we now? It could be said, in terms of global psychology and consciousness, everything has changed, and yes, the Global Pandemic saw genuine kindness, a shared experience evident in humanity's best efforts to care for their fellow humans in face of a global threat, and yes, it brought out the best in us, uniting the world as one people, but also, as is evitable, it could be argued, the politics of power and greed, of prejudice and discrimination, of profiteering, raised their hydra heads. There will be public enquiries, the apportioning of responsibility (hopefully not blame), and accountability will be identified. Lockdown 2.022 Featuring: Fran Abrams, Nikita Munshi Aggawal, Anne Marie Akin, Shantra Bullard, Don Carroll, TP Cooper, Gerald Dampier, Deborah Dodge, Dion Farquhar, AJ Fierney, R David Fletcher, Peter Henrich, Gloria Nixon-John, Kodhijah Ismail, James Patrick Lockett, Browning Mank, Trevor Maynard, Shalisa McAvoy, Paul Portugés, Michele Parker Randall, Danielle Selber, Joseph Sinclair, Brian Sluga, Hannah Walizer, Margaret Ann Waddicor, David Wren, Cigeng Zhang, and Lynne Zotalis: this anthology gives us 46 poems across many forms and styles, from many races, genders, and creeds. Four poems were chosen for commendation, with one selected to receive an award of $250. Award: buttercups and roses by AJ Fierney Commended: Cameras Off, Mute Buttons on by Gerald Dampier Sow the Ripples Will by Don Carroll Gape by Michele Parker Randall The World Health Organization has stated that over 15 million people died from Covid-19 between 2020 to 2022, with millions more continuing to live with ongoing health implications. The whole world has changed dramatically, in terms of global psychology and consciousness. The Global Pandemic saw genuine kindness, and the shared experience evident in humanity's best efforts to care for their fellow humans in face of a global threat, bring out the best in us, uniting the world as one people Maybe it was inevitable this would subside ... arguably there has been a return to individualism, nationalism, maybe a reactionary rejection of humanity as a single, coherent, communal force for good But there is still hope, experience matters, lessons were learnt, the pandemic forced us to see the future of our species as ONE entity on our ONE planet Check out over two hundred and eighty poets published by Willowdown in our anthologies POEMS FROM THE LOCKDOWN, THE POETIC BOND (vols 1-10), HUMAN TO HUMAN, and NATURE 20/20 Willowdown Books actively supports all the people of the earth: we support gender equality, are against of all forms of racial discrimination, in favour of LBGTQ+ rights, support environmental causes, and believe in peace, and democracy. We believe in the freedom of the individual, the accountability of society, and the community of people of the Earth: One World, One People, in the words of Bob Marley, One Love.

The Literature Times Vol 1 Issue 3

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ISBN 10 : 9789391219529
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Download or read book The Literature Times Vol 1 Issue 3 written by The Literature Times and published by Astitva Prakashan. This book was released on with total page 46 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: When we began with The Literature Times, we were not sure about where the journey with our brainchild would take us. With every edition, we learnt, grew, expanded the corners of our magazine, and educated ourselves simultaneously. The Quarterly E-Magazine has helped us redefine the meaning and significance of media and bridge the gap between the world of words and the quickly evolving technology. Volume 1 of the 3rd Issue of the May 2022 Edition of The Literature Times has helped us expand our dimensions a little more with a bunch of topics that we have explored. The latest edition features much more than just books and attempts to reach out to more readers this time. The magazine includes book reviews and author interviews, featuring articles on a wide variety of topics like technology, lifestyle, fashion, and all that is revolutionary and influential in people’s lives. It also includes content that is relevant to the present scenario under the heading of current topics. In addition, some surprise entries can be read once the readers lay their hands on this edition.