Each one of us has been on one end or the other and some of us have been teachers and students…a double dose. Jew, speak to your enemy in Arabic, silently, with knives. Her immortal literary gems come in a variety of lengths: A single sentence, a single page, and grand sweeping epics. They range from Lay offs of good educators to replacing teachers with technology online edu to poor quality teaching materials and the lack thereof in a great number of public schools- Etc. Sharon is a Literary Photographer Her poems are telescopic of the main event and microscopic of the infinite details. Sharon is a Master of Condensation Sharon is a master of the art of condensation. Sharon Esther Lampert marches to the beat of an entire orchestra.
It has become disappointing in so many ways. Sharon Esther Lampert, is a world famous poet, philosopher, and educator. The ocean is a symbolic for the people. I Got No Time to Learn. Her searing signature endings find their way into your heart, open your mind to a deeper understanding, and stay with you forever.
There are many more contributions and a movie is in the works, entitled, A Complicated Woman. She is also a poet-in-your pocket activist, and there are hundreds of people walking around with one of her poems in their pockets. At home, in a temporary shelter, a sexy exterior and a hot-blooded interior melted me into his amorous arms. Well, Educate Not is quite an honest portrayal of our Education System. She has an international fan club. Facts Move From Textbook To Blackboard to Notebook. Let me know your thoughts! The Gift of Automatic Writing Sharon has the gift of automatic writing.
Perhaps certain utterances are a little too piercing. Although I currently write fiction and poetry, I am inspired to write about social and political issues in the sometimes subtle and other times blatant way that they are present in our everyday lives. There are no extra words. In the first stanza Sharon set the mood as depressing, sad and the fisherman were in pain. Students Got a Cheat-Sheet: I Use Citations From Books I Got No Time to Read. Education for many no longer feels like a power enhancement. I love humor and I strive to expand the thought process and create positive change.
In stanza two, Sharon set the mood as scared, tired, and feeling sorry for the fisherman. Sharon also used repetition in stanza one. On Tests, They Want Particular Details. No Time to Learn: All By Myself, I Got to Teach Myself a Zillion Facts: I Got No Study Skills, I Got No Tutor, The First Day of School, I Gotta Be Behind. Quantity Over Quality: Education System is Dumb And is Gonna Get Dumber, Wastes My Good Dime, My Good Mind, And My Good Time. Sharon can condense a 600-page book into a single page.
She is the Sexiest Creative Genius in Human History. Her publications are too numerous to list. Every word is essential to the poem. Educate Not by Sharon Esther Lampert No Time to Teach: In Class, They Give a General Overview. I appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai.
I Got No Time for Junk. There are some people in the world who have more items then what others will have. Meaning the ocean can only hold so much before it will explode. There are no rough drafts. She is able to condense a major world event in world history into a one-page poem.
At home, fighting for his homeland, a permanent dwelling; Iraqi parents speaking Arabic, landed him on the front lines of the bloody battlefield. That goes for us, people too we can only take so much before someone will explode out their feelings and pain. Artists march to the beat of a different drummer. Sharon used visual imagery in her poem. This allows the reader to imagine what it sounds like when a tsunami is about to start. She is a poet, philosopher, pioneer, paladin of education, pin-up, painter, photographer, politician, prophet, and princess.
How to Read Poems of Sharon Esther Lampert 1. This piece needs to be globally spread? Shaddai provides a name of God that celebrates the feminine attributes in God: God Shaddai with shadayim-breasts. A dangling gun marches to military orders on the radio. Teachers Got No Time to Teach. A much needed confrontation regarding the forced attitude toward academia.