Did You Know…Eyeshield 21

As you know I love anime and manga. I got into anime first then started reading manga. Most anime are manga adaptations. So if the manga is a long one, the anime tends to catch up with the manga storyline. So they create fillers, non canon story lines. Before returning to the original story line. I started getting tired and impatient. So started reading the original manga to find out what happens next. Hence my second great love was born.

I’d discovered other manga like Hana Yori Dango, Hikaru Go and Fullmetal Alchemist. Until I found Eyeshield 21. And today happens to be the anniversary of its release. So…

HAPPY 16TH ANNIVERSARY EYESHIELD 21!

 

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Happy National Poetry Month!

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Happy National Poetry Month!

It’s the last the day of poetry month and whew 30 days flew by fast. This year I didn’t do my usual 30 days of poetry blog posts. But I hope you still enjoyed the few poems I’ve shared with you this month.

The poem I wanted to share with you I searched high and low for. It was by a female slam poet who blew me away. I found it last summer and swore I shared it on FB but was unable to find the YouTube video with you. Oh well.

Now here’s the final poem I’m sharing today has made me a huge fan of Crystal Valentine. Enjoy!

Did you enjoy reading and writing poetry this month? Discovered a new favorite poet?

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Happy National Poetry Month Week 3

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Happy Poetry Month!

It’s April 16th and we’re in the third week of poetry month. As before I’m sharing a specific poetry reading that indoctrinated me as that poet’s fan. 

Here’s today’s poem by poet Blythe Baird. Enjoy!

Are you a fan yet? What are you doing to celebrate National Poetry Month? Who’s your favorite poet? Why?

PS Poem in Your Pocket Day is next week Friday, April 26th. Here’s the link to this year’s poems. Choose a poem, print them out and carry it in your pocket to share with others.

Poetry helps my soul escape its encasement. - Maya Angelou