Wednesday, April 13, 2016

poetry rally week 83, nutrition factors (entry number two), quartz mountain summer arts staff

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A Fabulous Inquiry On Nutrition, Fitbit Melody, and Free Verse At Hyde Park Poetry Palace Via Thursday Poets Rally (Week 83), apr 1-may 2, 2016

what is wellness
what is mental health

are you bilingual?
are you facebook user?

Emily Claude smiles
because she is sweet and brave in students skills development

Shana Gibelyou,shy girl
she believes in trust, persistence, and good people relations

Anne Ezzell Peters,
a chubby leader, who always support with silent behavior

 Jennifer Hilger
an angel who grace high school string players with options of freedom

 Carson Misner
a man of deligence, and a power of absolute confidence

Maggie Boyett,
a woman artist, and a sisterhood assistance
 Jezy Gray,
the lord of positive energy, and the corner stone of a running river

julie cohen,
the notable head, and the noble peace maker to all hopeful film, photograph, and poetry writers 

Lenora Lavictoire
the news on internatinal television, and the editor for accelerating technician

 why i say good things?
how things work?

because too much promotion has directed to a point of pivital dot
Dot Woo, Tom Lee, Mary Fallin, and Leah Henry all opt for superb art opportunity.


short story slam week 42, Magnitude-6.9 earthquake strikes Myanmar by ARINDAM DEY from google news

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YANGON, Myanmar - A strong earthquake struck Myanmar on Wednesday night and was felt in parts of eastern India and Bangladesh, causing residents to rush out of their homes in panic. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
The magnitude-6.9 quake struck at a depth of 135 kilometers (84 miles), 396 kilometers (246 miles) north of Myanmar's capital, Naypyidaw, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Residents in Myanmar's main city of Yangon panicked after the quake struck, but authorities there said there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
An Associated Press journalist who was in a hospital in Yangon at the time of the quake said the six-story building shook strongly twice, for at least a minute. Many people in the hospital, including patients, staff and visitors, ran out of the building and began calling their loved ones.
"I was sleeping on my bed when suddenly I felt the ground shaking. The first time it was intense, but the second time it was lighter," said Aung Thu, 25, who has been spending nights at the hospital to take care of his elder brother. "I had experienced this kind of earthquakes before, so I was not that scared. But I was concerned because my brother is ill, and I need to take care of him."
He said he was on the third floor of the Shwegonedine Specialist Center hospital, and as soon as he felt the quake he called his wife and son to tell them to be "prepared for the worst."
The quake was centered in the jungle and hills around 220 kilometers (137 miles) northwest of Mandalay, Myanmar's second-biggest city. While the area is prone to earthquakes, it is generally sparsely populated, and most houses are low-rise structures.
The tremors were felt in the eastern Indian states of Assam and West Bengal, including in the area of Assam's Karaganda National Park, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting during their royal tour of India.
"We felt the tremor very strongly, but all is fine," said British Deputy High Commissioner Scott Furnished-Wood, who was staying in the same 12-cottage jungle resort as the royal couple.
The royal couple are spending the night in the park area, and are scheduled to leave for neighboring Bhutan on Thursday.
A failure at a power station in eastern Assam caused outages in several parts of the state.
In Assam's capital, Gauhati, people rushed outdoors as they felt strong tremors and buildings swaying. Cellphone services were disrupted, and wall-mounted television sets crashed to the ground at a local TV station. Police said they were still assessing the situation.
Residents in Katakana, the capital of West Bengal state, ran out of their homes in panic as the earthquake hit the region, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
Villagers in Tussock, near the Indian state of Manipulator's border with Myanmar, said the earthquake felt weaker than the magnitude-6.7 quake that rattled the region on Jan 4, killing eight people and damaging about 2,000 homes. Wednesday's quake was also felt in Manipulator's capital of Impala.
People also reported feeling the quake in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, 484 kilometers (300 miles) from the epicenter.

On Guthrie News Leader and Pam Nelson, Jennifer Tennyson, and Dan Newton

old lords
new face

rick perry
phil jackson

past scars
fresh wounds

guthrie news leader
tom and judy love speak

Pam Nelson
Dustin Damery

Jerry Wamsley
Mark Pakers

Parker Burnett
Mark Schlachtenhaufen

Mike Monahan
Tyrek Young

Terri Kennedy
Craig Romney

Joe Romney
Jana Ryan

Jennifer Tennyson
Julie Cohen

baseball games run  smooth
school bus goes bumpy

princeton public library
Jacqueline Sheehan and Mary Ellen rise

let Frances, Harry, Martha, Malia, Alissa, Sasha, Chelsea, Braxton, and Tom get it
the weather forecast today is cloudy