I was watching an interview with Philip Levine as he remembers his life in the Ford’s River Rouge Plant. As he talks about his life there; a time when his young self never knew if he would ever have a… Read More ›
Can companies use Poetry to look deep inside them to find its Being and bring forth its Lyrical existence?
Preserving the Soul means that we come out of hiding at last and bring more of ourselves into the workplace. Especially the parts that do not ‘belong’ to the company. In a sense, the very part of us that doesn’t… Read More ›
Federico García Lorca was one of the most famous and the youngest face in the’ Generation of 27’ an influential group of poets that arose in Spanish literary circles between 1923 and 1927. The Generation of ’27 refers primarily to… Read More ›
Sheldon Allan “Shel” Silverstein (September 25, 1930 – May 10, 1999). This is one poem of Shel that I have liked so much and want to share with you all… The poem takes you through the 25 minutes from the… Read More ›
April is the month when the Academy of American Poets Celebrate the National Poetry Month. The idea behind this is to increase the awareness and appreciation of Poetry. A few years back I had written a Poem called “Why Poetry?”… Read More ›