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Drysalter
Poem by Poem
Sunny Solomon

Drysalter – Poem by Poem

DRYSALTER – POEM BY POEM The Poem  — Hymn to the Faces.   Hymn to the Faces A wall of photographs from nowhere, overnight gallery

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Golden Slippers
African American Writers
Sunny Solomon

Langston Hughes – A poet for BLM?

GOLDEN SLIPPERS: An Anthology of Negro Poetry for Young Readers Poem: Youth Poet: Langston Hughes (1901 – 1967) Editor: Arna Bontemps Publisher: Harper & Row

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Morning in the Burned House
Poem by Poem
Sunny Solomon

morning in the burned house

MORNING IN THE BURNED HOUSE The Poem: February by Margaret Atwood Winter and time to eat fat and watch hockey. In the pewter mornings, the cat,

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Puss in Books
This 'N That
Sunny Solomon

Puss in Books

PUSS IN BOOKS, SANS BOOTS   Charles Perrault‘s Master Cat has nothing on Bookin’ with Sunny’s California Callie. Our Callie traded her boots for books

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Brandy Burgess
This 'N That
Brandy Burgess

Combining Like Terms

Combining Like Terms By Brandy Burgess “All human wisdom is contained in these two words – Wait and Hope. For all evils there are two

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Bad Indians
Online author event
Sunny Solomon

Online Author Event – Bad Indians

ONLINE AUTHOR EVENT – BAD INDIANS Today’s pandemic stay-at-home order means many families must deal with online schooling for their children. Back in April 2013,

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The Underground Railroad
African American Writers
Sunny Solomon

The Underground Railroad

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD Is it true that Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Underground Railroad “traces the terrible wounds of slavery,” as Michael Schaub wrote

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This 'N That
Sunny Solomon

Black History Month 2019

BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2019 It is February, the shortest month of the year. You know what that means, dear readers. It is Black History Month.

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