Friday, December 18, 2015

short stroy slam week 35, signs, and six word friday

short story slam week 35, Dece 17 to Janu 10, 2016

 Love Blows, Love Reveals, Love Cures
Six Word Fridays ~ Love 


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Snowfall [Friday My Town Shoot Out Link-Up] 

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good view

 future unseen
efforts blocked by snow fall
warm pillow turns cold once morning arrives
past curled in glass jars,
moonlight has nightmares when dreaming about sun beam,
dogs searching for frozen cheese
calm sea and north pole,
penguins impotent, slow in icy water,
lovely sheen resonates from south Africa, doubt aubades


Whirligig 38
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Thursday, December 10, 2015

天门市岳口高级中学, Tianmen Shi, Yuekou Gaoji Zhongxue, (Tianmen Yuekou High School)


 some graduates from the family or relatives here:

Hounian Peng, Huiqin Wu, Linlin Wu, Min Fan, Zhongqiang Peng, Juer Yan, Jiahong Wu,

现 实生活中,友善之人,其实相当普通。他们没有大山的冷峻与清峭,但不可不具有平川凡谷的踏实与稳健;他们没有牡丹玫瑰的雍容华贵,但不可不具有菊花的高洁 典雅。他们是凡人,但更是伟人;是你、是我、是他,是千千万万中的普通一员。友善之行,其实相当平淡。无须惊天地、泣鬼神,但必须“勿以善小而不为,勿以 恶小而为之”。不要因别人弄脏了你的衣服而生气,不要因食堂排队的人多而选择公然插队,不要因事急就任性停车,堵住了邻车即将开启的门。给公交车上的老人 让个座,给不小心犯错的朋友一次改错的机会,给擦肩而过的路人一抹微笑。这些,就已经够了。

Monday, November 30, 2015

American Airline Products and People Rooster

Zoe Saldana
Christina Hamoui
Adriana Hoyos
Isla Margarita
Old School Bagel Cafe
Food Pyramid Express Fuel
Shell Gas
Bob Anthony
Dana  Murphy
Lima Hiett
Zaha Hadid Architexcts
Mingrong Rao
Daxue Wang
Abbey Wood
Tom Lee Wu
Sarah Bly
Steve Wood
Frank Wang
Jimmy Chou
Kaiming Zhou
Jinyuan He
John chambers
San Juan
Rochebobois Paris
Amelia Wilson
Jill Moreno
Kathleen Wilson
Stephan Wilson
Sheng Wu
Samba Beredjick
Benji wojin
Saint Anthony
Gloria Page

Thursday, November 12, 2015

a poem by Omoteji Adeyemon: Saviour

Chris was white this morning
when I went to church
to hear the good news of
his coming and
the resurrection of my soul
Christ was white this morning
and displayed up high
then they came and burnt the church down
now Christ is black,
with a crown of charcoal thorns
now Christ is black
like me
and lying on the ground

poetry form; acrostic on unexpected


Sunday, October 25, 2015

my childhood favorite

Bluebell Books Twitter Club!

 The Sunday Whirl

my childhood favorite,
that's grass cutting,
river swimming,
earthquake fearing

my childhood favorite
that's gear shifting
theory proving
trees pruning

my childhood favorite
that's demon haunting
ground breaking
elements mixing

my childhood favorite
that's buddy friendship
home making
soy beans whole selling

my childhood favorite
that's hour glass observing
knowledge base building
ability lane paving


Poetry Pantry #275


  OctPoWriMo 2015

Monday, October 12, 2015

Stay Clean by Jesse Novels: and happy columbus day

She said
You got to be clean
She said
You got to stay clean
She said
We can go anywhere
She said
We can live free
As long I stay clean
She said
We can run anywhere
As long I stay clean
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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

A Walk Around Nutrition Factors Project Number One: have fun!


A Walk Around Nutrition Factors Project Number One

hello, this is one major project that mix nutrition, location, occupation with creativity and poetry,
hope that you enjoy...

place an order of this book today, and pass it to someone who might enjoy poetry and
hyde park poetry palace thursday poets rally...


 Check out the original submission link below here:


Thursday, September 10, 2015

world famous olympics

all moving


the fight is tense
the scores are tight
sweating necks
icy towers
team work
golden energy

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Guo Jingjing


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Guo Jingjing
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Personal information
Full name Guo Jingjing
Born October 15, 1981 (age 33)
Baoding, Hebei, China
Residence Beijing
Height 5'4"
Country People's Republic of China
Event(s) 3m springboard,
3m synchro
Partner Wu Minxia
Former partner(s) Fu Mingxia
Retired Guo has recently announced that she will retire after helping China sign major sponsorship deals.
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Guo.
Guo Jingjing (Chinese: 郭晶晶; pinyin: Guō Jīngjīng; born October 15, 1981 in Baoding, Hebei) is a female diver from the People's Republic of China. Guo is tied with her partner Wu Minxia for winning the most Olympic medals (6) of any female diver[1] and she won the 3m springboard event at five consecutive World Championships. She announced her retirement in 2011.



She took up diving when she was six years old at the Baoding Training Base. She started training in competitive diving in 1988, and was selected to dive for the Chinese national team in 1992. Guo first competed at the Olympics in 1996. Her coach leading up to the 2008 Olympics was Zhong Shaozhen.
During the 2004 Summer Olympics She won a gold medal in the 3 meter women's synchronized springboard along with Wu Minxia, before winning her first individual Olympic gold in the 3 meter women's springboard.[2]
After the 2004 Summer Olympics, Guo became a Chinese national sports figure in the public eye, with a contract with McDonald's, as well as multiple other endorsement contracts. She was later banned by the national team for excessive commercial activities, but was accepted back to the team when she agreed to focus on diving and give up many promotional activities.[3] She was also made to surrender nearly 4 million dollars to the Chinese government, money that she had earned while doing these endorsements. Tian Liang, a fellow Olympic gold medalist offered the same deal as Guo, however declined to pay back the money to the government, and was excluded from the Olympic games. Guo is the leading member of the Chinese national women's diving team, and is known in China as "The Princess of Diving". Guo announced on November 23, 2006, that she would retire following the 2008 Summer Olympics.[4]
Guo won two more gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. At the end of the Beijing Games, Guo became the most decorated female Olympic diver,[5] and tied fellow Chinese athlete Fu Mingxia, and Americans Pat McCormick and Greg Louganis with the most gold medals (four).[6] Guo won the gold medal in the women's 3-meter springboard with a total of 415.35 points. The silver medal was awarded to Yuliya Pakhalina of Russia, whose score was 398.60, followed by Wu Minxia of China with 389.85 for the bronze medal.[7] In synchronized diving, the defending champions Guo, and Wu, who won the event in the 2004 Athens Olympics and three World Championships, had led the entire competition in Beijing, winning the gold medal, with Yuliya Pakhalina and Anastasia Pozdnyakova of Russia, who posted 323.61, winning Silver.[8][9]
It was confirmed in January 2011 that Guo has decided to retire, and she will not compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics. She was quoted as saying, "I think I have fulfilled my task, so the London Games is not what I have in mind now. The chances should be left to other talents in the team."[10]

Personal life

Guo's social activities after the Athens Olympics were the subject of scrutiny in Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong media news outlets.[11] Guo made entertainment headlines in China when the paparazzi published a photograph of her dining with Kenneth Fok Kai-kong, the grandson of the late Hong Kong business tycoon Henry Fok. Guo did not deny the relationship, and has been photographed many times with Kenneth Fok in public.[12] The couple married in Hong Kong on November 8, 2012.
Guo, along with other divers on her team, suffers from diving-related health problems such as poor eyesight.[13]

Major achievements

  • 1995 World Cup – 1st Synchronized Platform & 3m Synchronized Springboard
  • 1996 Olympic Games – 5th Platform
  • 1998 World Championships – 2nd 3m Springboard
  • 1999 World Cup – 1st 3m Synchronized Springboard; 3rd 3m Springboard
  • 2000 World Cup – 1st 3m Springboard; 2nd 3m Synchronized Springboard
  • 2000 Olympic Games – 2nd 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2001 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2002 World Cup – 1st 1m & 3m Springboard; 2nd 3m Synchronized Springboard
  • 2002 Asian Games – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2003 FINA Diving Grand Prix (Australia/China) – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2003 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2004 World Cup – 1st 3m Synchronized Springboard; 2nd 3m Springboard
  • 2004 Olympic Games – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2005 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2006 Asian Games – 1st 3m Synchronized Springboard
  • 2007 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard
  • 2008 Olympic Games 1st Women's 3m Synchronised Springboard
  • 2008 Olympic Games 1st Women's 3m Springboard
  • 2009 World Championships – 1st 3m Springboard & Synchronized Springboard