Tag Archives: Mahmoud Darwish

Word Cloud: CALL-AND-RESPONSE (Redux)

First posted for Black History Month – February 26, 2016.  Updated and expanded – February 8, 2019 by Nona Blyth Cloud Call-and-response is one of the most ancient forms of human expression  — in music, it is a phrase played by … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: EXPERIENCES

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD I was in San Francisco for the “Summer of Love.” They were heady days. I got to hear all the cool bands, and anything seemed possible. People, mostly kids like me, came from many places seeking … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: DISPLACED

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Illegal Immigrants. Refugees. Slave Trafficking. Ugly words that represent an explosion of desperation among the world’s most vulnerable peoples. The number of “forcibly displaced” people in the world is at the highest level on record. We … Continue reading

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