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Lesson Plan   Dream Deferred
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Dream Deferred (Langston Hughes) by Shmoop
Do you ever wonder how great dreams could be if they come true in real life? This is the question that Langston Hughes ponders in his poem Dream Deferred. Does it make more sense to only make dreams that have a possibility of coming true? Or should you reach for the stars?
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Langston Hughes’ Dream Deferred
McGee of 303 and Learnstrong.net lectures on Langston Hughes’ Dreams
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Langston Hughes & the Harlem Renaissance: Crash Course Literature 215
You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about the poetry of Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was a poet and playwright in the first half of the 20th century, and he was involved in the Harlem Renaissance, which was a cultural movement among African Americans of the time that produced all kinds of great works in literature, poetry, painting, sculpture, music, and other areas. The Harlem Renaissance mainly happened in Harlem, the traditionally black neighborhood in upper Manhattan in New York City. Langston Hughes was primarily known as a poet, but he was involved deeply in the movement itself as well. John will teach you a bit about Hughes's background, and he'll examine a few of his best known poems.
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15. Langston Hughes
Modern Poetry (ENGL 310) with Langdon Hammer The poetry of Langston Hughes is considered as a representation of the African-American experience. The distinctive concerns of Hughes's poetic project are juxtaposed with the works of other modernists, such as Pound, Eliot, Frost, and Stevens. Hughes's interest in and innovative use of musical forms, such as blues and jazz, is explored with particular attention to their role in African-American culture, as well as their use by Hughes to forge an alternative to dominant modes of expression within the modernist canon. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Langston Hughes Poem: "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" 10:26 - Chapter 2. Black Voices in Modern Poetry 21:31 - Chapter 3. Continuities between Langston Hughes and Other Modern Poets 32:00 - Chapter 4. Langston Hughes Poem: "Song for a Dark Girl" 43:25 - Chapter 5. Langston Hughes Poem: "Life Is Fine" Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://oyc.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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langston hughes a dream deferred essay
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Written Task I interview about Langston Hughes (Stretch Day)
This video is about Written Task I interview about Langston Hughes (Stretch Day) For Stretch Day English (Language and Literature) class, we had to make a video where we would show our Written Task I idea through the video. This is my first draft of the Written Task I. The poem used: "Dreams" and "As I Grew Older" Interviewer: Mathilde Kvernenes Class: IB I English and Literature SL (Mr. Lamken) Grade: 11 School: International School of Prague
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Pictorial representation of the poem ' SONG OF A DREAM'   BY SAROJINI NAIDU
An earnest attempt by the students of Std 9,'BHSS,Kalady on the captivating & meaningful poem 'Song of a dream' by Sarojini Naidu through pictorial explanation...POETIC CRAFTS.....appreciation, theme, message.......
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A dream deferred by Langston Hughes 1
a rereading of the poem with image interpretations for my LA project COPYRIGHT 1st song- what a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong 2nd song- A dream by Common ft WILL.I.AM all credit goes to the original artists
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The beautiful and meaningful poem "Song of a Dream" composed by a strong,active patriot of India,Sorojini Naidu,is a realistic picture of her vision about the Motherland India where she yearns India to be ruled by noble ideals of Love,Peace & Truth.
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Salvation, by Langston Hughes (Analysis & Interpretation)
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"Mother to Son" Langston Hughes poem GREAT Viola Davis voice--then POET HIMSELF RECITES!
Mother To Son By Langston Hughes Well, son, I'll tell you: Life for me ain't been no crystal stair. It's had tacks in it, And splinters, And boards torn up, And places with no carpet on the floor— Bare. But all the time I'se been a-climbin' on, And reachin' landin's, And turnin' corners, And sometimes goin' in the dark Where there ain't been no light. So, boy, don't you turn back. Don't you set down on the steps 'Cause you finds it's kinder hard. Don't you fall now— For I'se still goin', honey, I'se still climbin', And life for me ain't been no crystal stair. __________________________________________ This poem resembles "Don't Quit" by Edgar A. Guest. Next are some interpretive questions for discussion in the classroom. 1) Does the mother give words of wisdom, or is she stating the obvious? Doesn't everyone already know that life can be hard? 2) How old is this son? Don't give a range (that's too easy)--give a specific age. 3) The mother uses improper grammar and drops endings from words--why should anyone take the mother seriously if she can't speak properly? She seems to say "don't give up" to her son, but does the poem imply that the mother gave up on school? (NOTE: I am trying to get students to think. One person on youtube said I was "racist" just by asking such questions, but students have the freedom to argue that the bad grammar does not detract from the message, and they have the freedom to argue that we must take history into account.) 4) The mother says, "Don't you set down on the steps." Why can't the son rest? Why not sit down for five minutes before continuing to climb? 5) Why is the word "Bare" given its own line? 6) Is the mother implying that a "crystal stair" is desirable? Staircases are never made of glass--foolish idea, right? 7) "Wise" or "bossy"--which word is more accurate for this mother? Would her words be more effective if the tone were less bossy, or is her tone perfect for this moment? This type of poem is called a "dramatic monologue," but is there too much "monologue" here in the sense that the mother doesn't allow the boy to speak? Is this a lecture? 8) Does the mother say anything ENCOURAGING? Does she ever say light is at the end of the tunnel? Does she imply things will improve if the boy keeps climbing? Will the boy be rewarded if he continues? 9) Or does the poem imply that life for the mother has been a constant struggle, with no rewards to offset the tacks and going in the dark? "Mother to Son" -- some evaluative questions: 1) Could this poem be shaped into a sonnet and still work, or is free verse needed for the poem? 2) If your mother said the poem's words to you at the dinner table tonight, would you appreciate these words or roll your eyes at some point? 3) The poem "Invictus" by William Ernest Henley likewise has a message about not giving up. Which poem is better? ______________________ Background: "Mother to Son" is another product of the Harlem Renaissance. The Harlem Renaissance means an explosion among the arts--poems, paintings, music, novels--produced by African Americans. It started around World War I and ended in the 1930s, but the 1920s was its heyday. This is free verse. It does not have a sonnet structure. It does not rhyme. It has no regular rhythm like iambic. I like the way “bare” stands alone in one line. The word “bare” is bare--or the line is bare. This poem is a great example of a dramatic monologue. The poet created a character--it is not the poet speaking for himself. It is almost as if a boy had earlier said, "Life should be a crystal staircase," and this poem is the mother's response. The problem is that no boy would ever say life should be a crystal staircase! Maybe the boy said, "Life is rough," and the mother is the one who made up the glass stair metaphor. I do marvel that the mother never promises that life will be better in the future. She only says to keep going. Don't expect rewards!
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Lesson 4 A Dream Deferred
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A Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes
Poetry analysis by Ahsan and Monique
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Metaphor Lesson
This video is about the literary device metaphor. It is meant to be used for educational purposes only. The video uses Langston Hughes' poem "Dreams" as an example of effectively using a metaphor in poetry. Hughes' poem can be found online at the link in the video itself or by clicking here (https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/dreams).
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Dreams and Disasters demo;graveyard poetry
1 Graveyard poetry 2 Banner of the darkened 3 Dried out soul Demo
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Data Driven Lesson Plan for Books & Materials- Inferring & Predicting
This video gives a demonstration of fluent reading and a think-aloud demonstrating inferring and predicting using the poem, "As I Grew Older" by Langston Hughes
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Harlem by Langston Hughes
I analyzed the poem Harlem by Langston Hughes for my English project. Enjoy! Music by: Dyalla: https://soundcloud.com/dyallas/ Not the King: https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
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Can You Not Remember
When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. I see you in my dreams. Your face is edged with battle. I touch your forehead from a distant land. The Earth glare is so bright. It washes the white memory from your mind. Have you forgotten we come from the same place? Settle, settle, peace, peace. When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. You are looking for something, demanding to be found. Make your way back from that broken land. Return from that empty place. There is nothing there for you. It holds a million shadows. There are no friends there. Settle, settle, peace, peace. When did this brutality grow? Can you not remember? Go back to the place where you left that man dying. This time you must bring him back with you. It is warmer here. Can you see the light? Trust it. It is safe. It has lived a long time. It has seen much more than you. You fight a demon that you once knew but the demon is already slain. And from the corner of your eye you will see the scattered, sacred fire reform again. Settle, settle, peace, peace. Donna Goddard https://donnagoddard.com/buy-books/ Lorne, Victoria, Australia
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'A Dream Deferred' Trailer
"A Dream Deferred" is a documentary for my Senior Thesis Reporting course that was born from the current immigration debate in the United States. With the introduction of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the reelection of President Barack Obama, immigration reform is imminent. Through the story of an undocumented student and his family, I intend to offer the perspective of those who until recently had no voice in the debate. Is being undocumented defined by legal status or experience? How does legal status shape someone's life and future? Enrique, 23, has one passion: art. He lives through it—intensely. But one year short of finishing his degree to become an Architect, legal problems brought to a standstill his work, his education, and his DACA application. While residing in New York with his undocumented mother and sister, as well as his two younger and American-born siblings, Enrique will attempt to get back on track towards his dream as he awaits a resolution in court.
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I Have a Dream (Part 2)
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Harlem, by Langston Hughes
by Kristin. Created as part of the Expanding Your Horizons workshop, Video Poetry: Turning Print Literature into Digital Media. Hosted at Illinois State University, Normal, IL, January 31, 2009.
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A Dream Deferred, Performed by Vidaysthali Class 9
"A Dream Deferred," by Langston Hughes Adapted and Performed by Vidyasthali Class 9 Directed by Sydney Howe Vidyasthali is a rural school in Kanaar Village, run by Study Hall Educational Foundation based in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Vidyasthali works to give rural students a chance at a quality education, a rarity outside of large cities in India. Rural education in India is plagued by extremely poor teaching and high drop-out rates. Many children cannot complete even elementary education because they need to help support the family. About half of the Vidyasthali students work before and after school. Vidyasthali provides a private-school-quality education for extremely minimal fees, to ensure that students can stay in school for as long as possible. Vidyasthali is especially committed to educating girls. The school has adequate toilet facilities, a rarity in rural India, which makes it possible for girls to attend a co-ed school. Vidyasthali also works hard to keep teenage girls in school by protecting its female students from child marriage, which is still prevalent in rural Uttar Pradesh even though it is against the law. "Harlem: A Dream Deferred" was written by Langston Hughes, an African-American poet who is most famous for his work during the Harlem Renaissance, in the 1920s and 1930s. Hughes wrote about oppression of and discrimination against African Americans in the United States. Hughes wrote "Harlem: A Dream Deferred" in 1951 during a time of extreme racial prejudice in the US. The poem discusses what can happen when someone is forced to give up their dreams. When we discussed this poem in class, I asked Class 9 what their dreams are. Many students dream of going to university some day; several want to study acting. Because of Vidyasthali, some Class 9 students may be able to find out what happens to a dream realized. Vidyasthali Class 9: Sonam Gautam Varsha Tiwari Preeti Yadav Manisha Gupta Kanchan Yadav Pooja Trivedi Shalu Singh Deepak Singh Satyendra Yadav Ashwani Singh Abhijeet Kumar Aviral Awasthi Abhay Singh Suruj Sahu Shubham Pratap Kuldeep Maurya Shubham Verma Akashdeep Mishra Devendra Singh Raj Kumar Yadav Amrendra Singh 14 March, 2012 Works cited: http://studyhallfoundation.org/vidyasthali/index.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langston_Hughes#cite_note-15 http://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/Guides4/harlem.html
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As I grew older - by Eyal & Dan
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essay on the poem mother to son by langston hughes
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A Dream Deferred
UChicago Organizers On Deferred Action, Donald Trump, and the Fate of Immigrant Youth Videographer: Audrey Fromson Assistant videographer: Alexandra Epstein Reporter: Annabelle Rice Editor: Grace Hauck Featuring: Mo Rodriguez, Emilio Balderas, Raphael Espinoza
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Dream Deferred interpretation.wmv
An interpretation of a poem about black people's dream of equality among black and white people. Done for Poetry's class assignment by Ivana ~ Nana (Septiana) ~ Monika
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A Dream Deferred
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"A Dream Deferred" Video Poem
A creative interpretation of "A Dream Deferred" by Langston Hughes.
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Dream Deferred
A short film by Nadia Nugent.
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Dream deferred
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Poem A Dream Deferred by. Langston Hughes
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"We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks
2B's discussion and delivery of "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks. How would you recite this poem?
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Shakespeare's Sonnets: Crash Course Literature 304
This week, we're learning about sonnets, and English Literature's best-known purveyor of those fourteen-line paeans, William Shakespeare. We'll look at a few of Willy Shakes's biggest hits, including Sonnet 18, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day," Sonnet 116, "Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediment," and Sonnet 130, "My mistresses's eyes are nothing like the sun." We'll talk about what makes a sonnet, a little bit about their history, and even a little bit about how reading poetry helps us understand how to be human beings.
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A Poem
Lyrics: A Poem: Of Mice and Men was based on a poem In that poem, it said these words “The best-laid plans of mice and men Often go awry” George, Lennie, and Candy had a dream To live off the land, how nice it seemed But then they found out that their plan would fail As the poem had said would happen in this tale
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montage of a dream deferred
poems written by Langston Hughes in this order: Wonder Neon Signs Jam Session Harlem Deferred Necessity Motto Advice Jukebox Lovesong music by crowd the joanna(kelowna,Bc) sam cooke- a change is gonna come (1963) asha moyo;s version of jukebox lovesong thanks to kaeleigh philips co-creator and to everyone who helpeddddddddddd
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The Roaring 20's: Crash Course US History #32
You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about the United States in the 1920s. They were known as the roaring 20s, but not because there were lions running around everywhere. In the 1920s, America's economy was booming, and all kinds of social changes were in progress. Hollywood, flappers, jazz, there was all kinds of stuff going on in the 20s. But as usual with Crash Course, things were about to take a turn for the worse. John will teach you about the Charleston, the many Republican presidents of the 1920s, laissez-faire capitalism, jazz, consumer credit, the resurgent Klan, and all kinds of other stuff. Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. The Roaring Twenties was characterized by great highs: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-roaring-twenties However, the Roaring Twenties ended with the country's most tragic low, the Great Depression: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/the-great-depression Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @crashcoursestan @raoulmeyer
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Teaching Poetry Part I
The essence of poetry is metaphor.
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The art of the metaphor - Jane Hirshfield
View full lesson on ed.ted.com http://ed.ted.com/lessons/jane-hirshfield-the-art-of-the-metaphor How do metaphors help us better understand the world? And, what makes a good metaphor? Explore these questions with writers like Langston Hughes and Carl Sandburg, who have mastered the art of bringing a scene or emotion to life. Lesson by Jane Hirshfield, animation by Ben Pearce
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Writing in dreams. -  Poem by Whitbypoet1
Writing in dreams. - Poem by Whitbypoet1 http://www.thestarlitecafe.com/myhome.php?user=whitbypoet1 Poem © 2015 WHITBYPOET1 (All rights reserved) When I asked for the permission the WHITBYPOET1 wrote: " I never mind you reciting my poetry dear Zuzanna, your voice is perfect for it, I thing your diction will suit writing in dreams admirably, so go ahead with my blessing...Keith." Thank you so much for the permission, much appreciated...Zuzanna
Storefront 3rd Graders recite "Mother to Son"
Storefront teachers are always finding ways for our students to connect with history and the community. As part of their unit on the Harlem Renaissance, Ms. Larson's 3rd Graders visited Langston Hughes' house on 127th Street and recited his poem, "Mother to Son."
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How To Start Achieving Your Goals and Dreams | Motivation, Ideas and Tips
Getting started is often the hardest part, so here are my favourite things to do to help YOU get started. Read more below about my ideas and thought process. Oh and follow me on social media: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mattinevo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mattinevohtips Twitter https://twitter.com/mattinevo It’s been a few weeks but I’m happy to have a new edition to my YouTube channel. I thought hard about what content to make, but I knew that my real aim was to simply be myself, share what I feel is important and helpful, and have some fun in the process! Recently I have started one of the biggest journeys in my life, the journey to achieving what I’ve always thought about but never started… a journey to living my life the way I dream it should be. Full of family, friends, creativity and limitless time to pursue my life’s purpose (whatever that may be). I decided to put everything I have learned in the last few months to use and make a video about where and how to start achieving your goals. This won’t be like every video I intend on making but when I get the inspiration to make content like this, I’m going to go for it! There is something very satisfying about having something to give to others, even if it is seemingly small. I guess you will never know how much it might make an impact on the people that receive it. I really hope that this helps you get started on your dreams, goals and big ideas! Maybe the question is, what is it that you have pushed aside your entire life thinking it might be too hard to achieve? Thank you for reading and watching! Covering off on the points from this Video: 1: Break it down - Build a strong foundation. 2: Start small, think BIG - incremental improvement. 3: Don't be afraid to talk about your dreams, and never be ashamed of doing what you have to do, to get what is yours. 4: Don't be afraid to fail. Music provided by HearWeGo: Artist: Sappheiros Title: Embrace Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusi... Listen on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Yl2IS7lmjo8
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Harlem Renaissance 1920's Project
Written by Langston Hughes, “Dreams” was written during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s. This poem represents the importance of enjoying and making the most of life. Without dreams a person may just go through life never taking chances or imagining life in a great way. Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician who was an influential part of the Harlem Renaissance. Through his music and the other arts, this period represents the cultural and social experiences of black Americans. “What a Wonderful World” written by Louis Armstrong, connects to “Dreams” because I believe that it was his dreams that helped him to become a great musician and experience how wonderful the world could be.
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Minecraft Quests 42 - A Dream Deferred (Creeper Version)
What happens to a Creeper's Dream Deferred? This is a minecraft treatment of the famous poem, as read by Langston Hughes... Intro music by Ed Van Fleet.
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Annotation example of the poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes.
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Montage of a Dream Deferred - Cavani Quartet & Mwatabu Okantah (COLLAGE Music & Poetry)
Montage of a Dream Deferred Poetry by Langston Hughes Music: Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 4 Antonín Dvorak: String Quartet Op. 5 "American" IV. Viviane ma non troppo Mwatabu Okantah, poet Cavani Quartet: Annie Fullard, violin Mari Sato, violin Kirsten Docter, viola Merry Peckham, cello Performed during the 2016 COLLAGE residency throughout Cleveland, Ohio. A powerful convergence of two artforms, taking its roots from both African and European cultures, COLLAGE is a twenty-five year collaboration that has traveled the United States offering residencies, concerts and workshops. Available for bookings. (c) 2016 Cavani Quartet http://cavani.org/ http://www.mkepoet1.com/ Video Production: Erica Brenner Productions, LLC Cameras: Mathias Reed, Erica Brenner Editing: Erica Brenner http://ericabrennerproductions.com/
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Don't Quit By Edgar A. Guest:Famous Inspirational Poems About Life Lessons
Don't Quit By Edgar A. Guest: http://www.LifeInspirationalMessages.com Inspirational poems that touch the heart and provoke the mind.famous inspirational poems about life lessons Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/