Singing Teachers Byron Bay

Dreams only work if you do Sahara Beck TEDxSouthBank

Not really used to talking so I'm going to start with a song. (Music: quot;Brother Sisterquot;) (Singing) Always been a drifter Said brother to a sister Never been a liar That boy's afraid of fire

I'll stay in my home I just wanna be alone You said Nothing much to see Not many people I can be out there We got time Let's go waste it on the other side

Oh yeah, now we got time We'll waste it on the other side When we run out of time We'll lay here as we die When we run out of time We'll lay here as we die We'll lay here as we die Oh my little bird

He never sang it was absurd Never tried to fly Thought if he failed he would die I'll stay in my home I just wanna be alone You said Nothing much to see

Not many people I can be Out there We got time Let's go waste it on the other side Oh yeah, now we got time We'll waste it on the other side When we run out of time We'll lay here as we die

When we run out of time We'll lay here as we die We'll lay here as we die (Singing) We got time We'll waste it on the other side Oh yeah, now we got time We'll waste it on the other side

O Captain my Captain Thank you to Robin Williams HD

What is poetryé That page has been ripped out, Sir! Well borrow someone else's book. They're all ripped out, Sir! What do you mean 'They're all ripped outquot;é Sir, we. Nevermind. Read!

Understanding poetry by J Evans Pritchard, PHD To fully understand poetry we must first be fluent with its meter, rhyme and it figures of speech. Then ask two questions. One: How artfully has the objectiveof the poem been renderedé And Two. How important is that objectiveé Question One rates the poems perfection,question Two rates its importance.

And once these questions have been answered determining the poem's greatness becomes a relatively simple matter. If the poem's score for perfection is plotted on the horizontal of a graph. – Mr. Keating, they made everybody sign it.– Quiet, Mr. Anderson! – You gotta believe, its true!– I do believe you, Todd. – Leave, Mr. Keating.– But it wasn't his fault! Sit down, Mr. Anderson. One more outburst from you or anyone else and you're out of this school.

Leave, Mr. Keating! I said: Leave, Mr Keating. Captain, my captain! Sit down, Mr. Anderson! Do you hear meéSit down! Sit down! This is your final warning, Anderson. How dare you.é

Do you hear meé O Captain, my captain! Mr. Overstreet, I warn you. Sit down! Sit. down! Sit down. All of you. I want you seated. Leave, Mr. Keating.

All of you. Down. I want you seated. Do you hear meé Thank you, boys. Thank you.

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