Tyrants Fear Poets

  
They say no man is
An Island Vastness of Seas
Ocean of Humanity with
Thousands of Friends
so Rare to Now Walk Upon
a Beach Feeling Alone and
Meet Someone Speaking in a
Tongue that Without Technology
& Google Translate I Could Never
Know Even Partial Meaning
Can Read But Never Speak
or Listen
Meet Someone With
One
One Friend in Common
Rare
in the Vastness of Humanity
One
Friend in Common
One
No One Is Only One
All Who Would Be One
But for Separation of
An Ocean and a Sea
One
Introduces Me to Rilke
One
Dares See As I See and
Speaks
Speaks of it in Farsi
Speaks
Until This Single Moment
Not
of Singularity
Knot of Humanity
We Will Never Meet
a Human
Singularity
Quantum Physics Reveals
Particles Only People
Can See Shared Humanity
Never At Risk
Risk of Life and
Freedom
Humanity More than Life
Precious
Freedom
Nothing Else
May You Be Free
Be Blessed with Life
Taste Freedom
All
Joys of Being
Human
Haveing Moved
toward All the Knot of
Humanity
All
Joys of Being Human
Put Aside
All
All but Personal Integrity at Risk
Nothing
Guaranteed Only One
Blessing
Choice
Having Chosen
Sides
with One for Many
Choice of One for Many
Singularity Set Aside
Indiscretion
Political
Meeting Impulse
One Choice for Many
Personal
Choice of Integrity
No Bystanders
Salaam
Salute You Brave
One

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Diego RIVERA (1887-1957) – Catherine La Rose Poetry and Art

  
Diego Rivera (Diego María de la Concepción Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodríguez) (1887-1957), the son of a school teacher, as a child he was considered a child prodigy. Teenager is dedicated to artistic studies feeling attracted by traditional pre-Columbian, at the age of twenty-one with a bag of three-year studies travels to Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland, England, when in France approaches the cubism, to Fauvism, Futurism and then return home where, tied by common social ideals but from different artistic expressions, in Siqueiros and Orozco, will create what will be considered the greatest muralist expression of ‘era, frescoing kilometers and kilometers of walls.
1886 was born in Guanajuato, capital of the rich state in the north of the country.
1892 with his family, he moved to Mexico City.
1896 begins to follow evening classes at the Academy of San Carlos.
1898 he enrolled in an official way to ‘ san Carlos Academy, where he became a student of José Maria Velasco, landscape artist of the late nineteenth century.
1906 participates with twenty-six at the annual works of the students.
1907- 1908 a scholarship from the Mexican government makes possible the departure for the ‘ Europe. The first European country visited is Spain.
Rivera 1909 continues the journey visiting France and Belgium. He then moved to Paris.
1910 exhibition at the Salon des Indipendants in Paris. A few months later Rivera returned to Mexico, where he exhibited at the Academy San Carlos and sees start the revolution.
1911- 1912 new start for Europe. After a short stay in Catalonia, Rivera moved to Paris.
1913 first Cubist works. He exhibited at the Salon d’Automne.
1914 Berthe Weill gallery organizes an exhibition of works by Rivera. He goes after Barcelona and Madrid, where he learned of the beginning of World War II.
1915- 1918 return to Paris where he settled and made contact for an exhibition at the Modern Gallery in New York, held in 1916. Leonce Rosenberg (director galleri of L’Effort Moderne “becomes his art dealer. Clash with the writer-critic pierre Reverdy after which returns to figurative painting.
1919 meeting with Siqueiros which discusses the need to transform Mexican art.
1920- 1921 trip Italy. Rivera visit Rome, Florence, Ravenna bringing with it numerous sketches and sketches. back in Paris, is preparing to return definitively in Mexico.
1922 Creacion, first mural painting in the ‘Bolivar Amphitheatre of the Preparatory National School of Mexico City. Towards September Rivera is dedicated aggli frescoes of the Secretaria de l’Educaion Pública. it meanwhile joined the Communist party and a member of the founding group of the Union of Painters, Sculptors and Engravers Revolutionaries.
1925 continues the work in the Secretaría de la Educacion Publica and began at the same time National School of Agriculture of Chapingo.
1927 trip to the USSR invited as a member.

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Helen Clark: Speech at the Opening Session of the Global Conference on Women and Social Inclusion: From Beijing to post-2015 | UNDP

Helen Clark: Speech at the Opening Session of the Global Conference on Women and Social Inclusion: From Beijing to post-2015 | UNDP. Helen Clark: Speech at the Opening Session of the Global Conference on Women and Social Inclusion: From Beijing to post-2015 06 May 2015 It is a pleasure to speak at the opening of […]

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That Time I Gave a Baptist Eulogy for My Young Client at his Pentacostalist Church

At a place called Calvary in the County of Suffolk, there is fresh sandy earth exposed through the pure snow…to one side a headstone marked for perpetual care –“Here Lies the Great Society”, to the other side a mass of unruly roses and thorns, untended. “Ask Not Who Lies Here, Hast thou forsaken Liberty?”— seeing […]

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Wear Your Voice

“If Wear Your Voice was a lovechild, we’d be the offspring of James Baldwin and Margaret Cho.” At Wear Your Voice, a collection of radical writers offer news and pop culture through an intersectional feminist lens. https://discover.wordpress.com/2016/05/11/wear-your-voice/

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Wear Your Voice

“If Wear Your Voice was a lovechild, we’d be the offspring of James Baldwin and Margaret Cho.” At Wear Your Voice, a collection of radical writers offer news and pop culture through an intersectional feminist lens. https://discover.wordpress.com/2016/05/11/wear-your-voice/

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L’utopia – Catherine La Rose Poesia e Arte

Source: L’utopia – Catherine La Rose Poesia e Arte     L’utopia • Aforismi , frasi , L’utopia , painting , Poesia 2014 , Santos HU , The Poet of Painting L’utopia • Aforismi , frasi , L’utopia , painting , Poesia 2014 , Santos HU , The Poet of Painting  Credendo di dimenticare si […]

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