Friday, October 13, 2017

short story slam week 77, 76, 75, poetry and story inn fridays week 4, 5

poetry and story inn fridays week 4  

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leigh and henry bienen




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Image result for gerald clancy  gerald clancy from university of tulsa

 Image result for marywood university    tom kent, craig johnson, they rocjk

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Image result for peter constantin and princeton university  peter constantin, gang tian, jiahong wu, jerry bone,
terrace tao, tao lizheng, feng xu, qi zhang, yunlong xing,  and robert zimmerman,
both good researcher in math, they rock applied math



Friday, June 9, 2017

short story slam week 70, poetry picnic week 45, world peace year 6


short story slam week 70, Football players and fathers day cheers 


    

 

 



University of Chicago International House, where Jiahong Wu, Yingjie Liu, DEhua Wang,
Yuhan Zhao, Bing Han, Yongming Zhang, Xiaojun Huang used to live, Peter Constantin
has the campus as its 30 year long teaching excellence, Robert Zimmer is a math faculty whom
we respect, Morton Schapiro and Robert Hasty are faculty whom we remember from Evanston

World Peace Year Sixth, counting from 2012, to 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, we are going strong and profound 

  


   

Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan, Scott Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Chicago bull basket ball game stars
  Phillip Jackson sits next to Jeanie Buss, remembering Chicago Bulls team hardwork, we admire Dwyane Wade, Robin Lopez, Nikola Mirotic, Joel Osteen, Victoria Osteen,  Oprah Winfrey, Amy Storm, Holly Moore, Frank Wang, Bruce Rauner


 

  
   Illinois state flower, Purple Violet Viola, which is cute

   Amelia Wilson photography

Peace - Poem by Patrick Kavanagh




And sometimes I am sorry when the grass
Is growing over the stones in quiet hollows
And the cocksfoot leans across the rutted cart-pass
That I am not the voice of country fellows
Who now are standing by some headland talking
Of turnips and potatoes or young corn
Of turf banks stripped for victory.
Here Peace is still hawking
His coloured combs and scarves and beads of horn.

Upon a headland by a whinny hedge
A hare sits looking down a leaf-lapped furrow
There's an old plough upside-down on a weedy ridge
And someone is shouldering home a saddle-harrow.
Out of that childhood country what fools climb
To fight with tyrants Love and Life and Time?