Prism ( Micro poetry)

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Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge: February 19, 2019

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Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda are currently hosting the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge which was started by our star writer Christine Ray. We hope to offer all of you something that will spark your creativity and willingness to participate.

The prompts are designed to be quick challengesthat can be written in 10 to 15minutes,inspire you creatively, are fun, and get everyone interacting. Please post your response to the prompt in the comments below and show your fellow posters some love and support. All members of the Go Dog Go community, including Baristas, are welcome to participate. Feel free to share this post on yourown blogs and/or Facebook.

Today’s Prompt: Write a piece using the phrase explicit emotion

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Promote Yourself Monday – February 18, 2019

Promote your work and post the link in the comment section to be seen by 4000+ readers of the GodogGo cafe.

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Welcome to Promote Yourself Monday.  All Go Dog Go Cafe readers, guest writers, and baristas are invited to post one link to one specific post (600 words or less please!) from your blog into the comments section below.

If you post a link, be sure to read some of the other great writing people have linked to.

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Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye perform “When Love Arrives”

This is a stunningly beautiful performance by Sarak Kay and Phil Kaye. Do not miss this.

G. Christopher Clark

Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye are just amazing. They’re not related – or dating – but they have been performing together since they were freshmen at Brown. They also run Project Voice, which has educated and inspired school children in thirty countries. They have been performing this poem for at least six years, but I only heard it for the first time today.

I first became a fan of Sarah Kay when I heard her 2011 TED Talk, featuring “If I should have a daughter” (a.k.a. “Point B”). I enthusiastically share “Not Just Another Math Problem” with fellow educators. Sarah began performing at the age of 14 and twelve years later published her first collection of poems, No Matter the Wreckage.

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