Tag Archive: poetry

Feb 27 2015

The History of Jazz Music: A Story For Every Music Lovers, Significant Impact of Jazz on all forms of Music

The Duke

The annual Black History Month celebration was recently held at the Longview Public Library. This year’s theme was Jazz and Poetry. Several citizens read Maya Angelou’s poems and others read their own poems. Angelou’s poems and Jazz was a good combination, hence the audience was very diverse. WHAT YOU DO AND DO NOT KNOW This …

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Apr 07 2011

7th Annual Pine Tree Intermediate Writing Contest results

Twelve students from Pine Tree Intermediate Campus were recently selected as winners for a campus-wide writing contest. The Annual Pine Tree Intermediate Writing Contest is celebrated every year at the Spring PTA meeting. This year students will be honored at the May meeting. The competition selects winners from the poetry and story writing submitted by …

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Feb 02 2011

Poetry on the range

When many of us think of the iconic Texas cowboy, we conjure up images of a rugged wrangler with a quick draw. We think of a man like Augustus McCrae in Lonesome Dove, who said the best way to live life is to enjoy the everyday things “like a sip of good whiskey in the …

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