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Once again Some’n Unique Magazine, LLC was in the building at The Book House this afternoon for the book signing of two of our very own. . . Shonda Tennelle Pulliam & Poetess Cynthia Sherrell

Featured Poet & Spoken Word Artist, “Kaiserrific” blessed the mic as only he could! Great day! #sumunique #thebookhousestl

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REMEMBRANCE: The Humble Greatness Of Ali

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I really am trying to think of words to describe what I felt today.  This passing of a giant, but courageous man who’s heart was for his people which grew internationally for all.  He was more than just a man, a person who was an amazing athlete.  That I can tell you.  I know you know who I’m talking about.  His name was Muhammad Ali.

He was a former 3-time, World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, in an era of great boxers; most of whom, he competed against.  Boxers such as; Sonny Liston, George Foreman, Ken Norton, Joe Frazier, and Leon Spinks.  He lost a few but won many.  One thing thing that could never be denied is his conviction.  He stood up for what he believed in, regardless of what it would cost him.  He stood up for his…

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Yellow (Friday Night Poetry Corner #80)

Welcome everyone to another segment of Friday Night Poetry Corner. Last we was an off week but now the corner is back and back with a passionate poem of justice and emotional strength of person.
Protesting in Ferguson, MO

This piece call “Yellow” by Autumn Movement is an art of the current times. I think regardless of what side you on if you are not empathic to the freedom of others and/or exploring the differing position of your belief well frankly.  I don’t know what to say logically to open your mind…
UC Davis Police Lt. John Pike uses a can of pepper spray to move protestors who were blocking officers attempts to remove arrested protestors from the Quad on Friday afternoon. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

But this poem and speak much better than me so check it out and check out the artist and formulate your opinion. One thing I love is the idea of the “thinking human,” abstract to formalized thoughts–

This poetic made me think a little more on life struggles– thank you and thank everyone for supporting the 80th feature poem of the Poetry Corner!