And The Poetry continues…Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Poetry is a language spoken or written in the form of expressive art. At the most basic level, poetry is an experience produced by two elements of language: “sense” and “sound.” The “sense” of a word and its meaning.

Our imaginations are often stirred by a poem’s visual presentation. Just like a person, poems can send all kinds of signals with their physical appearance.

A poem is “something made or created”. The poet is the creator and language of the material out of which she/he has created out of his/her work of art.

Is there a poetry creator in you? Have you a work of lyrical gifts that you’d like to share on the air?

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on Blog Talk Radio, as I continue to shine the light on National Poetry month in a discussion on “Poetry~Poets and Limericks“. You can share your lyrical gifts on the air at 1-917-889-7872 by pressing ‘1’ to speak with the host.

All links in this post make it possible to access the online show!

See you all on the air!!


99 thoughts on “And The Poetry continues…Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Dang this is still April? O_o I’ll be glad when we can get back to talkin bout some good ole gossip or something else altogether


  2. hickory, DICKery dock, a chick sat on my glock. i popped her cheer, she didn’t care ….oh shit! That’s as good as it gets Trace.


  3. This is all we get lately huh?
    I’m good at being silent, it hurts but sometimes no response is the best response


  4. I have a feeling
    That I can comprehend
    In my deepest thoughts your are more than just a friend 😛


  5. Show was OFF THE HOOK!
    Pages 59, 60 and 80 are just some of her shit that’s HAUT ta da death!!!


  6. Tracy what happened???? I requested “A Fairytale Story” Daym! And you ended 10 minutes early! O_o WTF


  7. Good evening all.

    I’m so sorry the audio from the show was on “mute” in the studio and I never realized. Please forgive me…Next week will be better.

    I “thank you” all for your continued support.



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