Can Words Birth Voices: ...If No One Is Listening

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AuthorHouse, Sep 9, 2010 - Poetry - 124 pages
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Can Word Birth Voices is a book of lyrical works comprised from a collection of poetry by Richard A. White, known to the Spoken Word World as Shake the Poet. These poems are of varius topics, stemming from love and sex to politics and personal life experiences.
 

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Shake the Poet was born Richard White, quite some time ago in Brooklyn New York. Raised in Newark, New Jersey, Richard discovered his love for writing poetry by age 12. In his college years at Montclair State University, Richard was named 'Black Shakespeare' by friends who would listen to his poetry recitals. After September 11th 2001, Richard joined the US Army and was stationed in Fort Hood, TX. While in Texas, Richard discovered that he had landed in what seemed to be the Mecca of Spoken Word. Central Texas was a flowering world of poetry, filled with open mic venues and competitions. With new stages available and a cast of insightful and imaginative new friends Richard honed his talents and joined the ranks of National Slam Poets and elite spoken word artists from across the country.

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