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"We Believe" Poem2m21s

"We Believe" Poem

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keepthefaith
Published: January 21, 2017Updated: January 24, 2017
VALENTINE'S DAY POEM3m24s

VALENTINE'S DAY POEM

A very special Valentine's Day poem, from Dan to you! Thanks to http://www.youtube.com/beerdrinker1988 for the beat used in this video! Do you make phat beats? Do you want me to use your phat beats? Send 'em to danbrownuniverse@gmail.com! ON THE TUBES: http://www.youtube.com/pogobat ON THE

DanBrown
Published: October 14, 20169 views
A Poem About Becoming Truly Wealthy1m33s

A Poem About Becoming Truly Wealthy

'Dreams of wealth seem to inspire everyone with the passion to succeed. So, why do many rich men complain of the vain emptiness of their material gains? This poem is one my favorites because it answers this question and uncovers the powerful truth about real wealth:' http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=24164

gcontent
Published: January 6, 20178,851 views
Tortoise inspires 1 minute poem1m05s

Tortoise inspires 1 minute poem

Life. We are only here for a little while. Love. You are valuable, beautiful with your own style. Share who you are. The world needs to see your smile.

daddykirbs
Published: September 17, 2015Updated: October 21, 20151,543 viewsVirality: 10%
How E.E. Cummings Writes A Poem8m49s

How E.E. Cummings Writes A Poem

CHECK OUT WISECRACK: http://goo.gl/OXsb3F HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: http://www.patreon.com/nerdwriter ASK ME QUESTIONS HERE: http://thenerdwriter.tumblr.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TheeNerdwriter Email me here: thenerdwriter@gmail.com SOURCES Roi Tartakovsky, “E. E. Cummings's Parentheses:

Nerdwriter1
Published: July 18, 2016Updated: July 19, 20163 views
The Bride - Horror Poem1m15s

The Bride - Horror Poem

Short horror movie for those who like to be scared. This is a story about love which ended up in a most terrifying way. When love meets betrayal and cowardliness it can even bring dead back to life to search for revenge. And revenge will be the most sweet thing. Crying and regret won´t help.

Barbettezene
Published: September 22, 201645 viewsVirality: 19%
Poem for Pretzel the Cat- PetTube43s

Poem for Pretzel the Cat- PetTube

Check out more funny pet videos at http://pettube.com Pretzel, the cat, apparently doesn't like the poem about him... http://pettube.com From the producers of television's "Planet's Funniest Animals" and "Funniest Pets and People" comes PetTube, a channel and website dedicated to pets and the pe

Ashley Judd Recites Franklin Teen's Poem1m45s

Ashley Judd Recites Franklin Teen's Poem

Nina Donovan, age 19, of Franklin said she's amazed that actress Ashley Judd recited a poem she wrote entitled 'Nasty Woman' at the Women's March on Washington.

WTVF
Published: January 22, 2017Updated: January 23, 20174 views
Russell Wilson Writes a Poem to Peyton Manning1m09s

Russell Wilson Writes a Poem to Peyton Manning

If you had asked me which quarterback would write Peyton Manning a goodbye poem, I would definitely say it was Russell Wilson. He’s just that kind of a guy. Like Kobe Bryant, Wilson has a way with words that brings out the poetic side in him, even if sometimes he has to look those words up on the Internet. Wilson didn’t need to plagiarize his goodbye poem to Manning after the Super Bowl. He actually spoke from the heart, thanking Peyton for motivating him at quarterback camp during his high school days (via The Players’ Tribune).

TheFumble
Published: February 10, 2016Updated: February 18, 201615 views
Ask Think #123 - Prehistoric Love Poem28m18s

Ask Think #123 - Prehistoric Love Poem

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Thinknoodles
Published: August 8, 2016Updated: September 23, 20161 views
Irishman Recites Gibberish Gaelic Poem at Iranian House Party1m28s

Irishman Recites Gibberish Gaelic Poem at Iranian House Party

William Meara is an adventure traveler and last year found himself at a friendly gathering at a house in Shushtar, Iran. When asked to perform his party piece after dinner, William treated his hosts to a lovely Irish poem in his native Gaelic tongue. The only thing is, the poem was complete gibberish and was made up of a collection of Gaelic words and phrases which, when combined, made no sense whatsoever. Still, it sounded wonderful.

Irishman Recites Gibberish Gaelic Poem at Iranian House Party1m28s

Irishman Recites Gibberish Gaelic Poem at Iranian House Party

William Meara is an adventure traveler and last year found himself at a friendly gathering at a house in Shushtar, Iran. When asked to perform his party piece after dinner, William treated his hosts to a lovely Irish poem in his native Gaelic tongue. The only thing is, the poem was complete gibberish and was made up of a collection of Gaelic words and phrases which, when combined, made no sense whatsoever. Still, it sounded wonderful.

Woman Talks False Promises in Powerful Poem About Heartbreak2m20s

Woman Talks False Promises in Powerful Poem About Heartbreak

An emotional poem shared by Twitter user @abiteme on August 2 has racked up more than 20,000 retweets to date. The woman recited a powerful poem about her breakup with her boyfriend entitled “To who I thought was the one: a poem about a coward.” In her poem, @abiteme spoke about loss, breaking-up and false promises and ended with a bright outlook towards her future. @abiteme was praised multiple times by other Twitter users who called the poem “amazing” and “beautiful.” Credit: Twitter/Abiteme via lleiaskywalker via Storyful

Powerful Poem About Manchester Read at Albert Square Vigil16m20s

Powerful Poem About Manchester Read at Albert Square Vigil

Hundreds of mourners gathered outside Manchester’s Town Hall on May 23, to honor the victims of a bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena the previous night. Mancunian poet Tony Walsh, who performs as Longfella, read his ode to the city, This Is the Place, before the large crowd. The poem reads, This is the place In the northwest of England. It’s ace, it’s the best And the songs that we sing from the stands, from our bands Set the whole planet shaking. Our inventions are legends. There’s nowt we can’t make, and so we make brilliant music We make brilliant bands We make goals that make souls leap from seats in the stands And we make things from steel And we make things from cotton And we make people laugh, take the mick summat rotten And we make you at home And we make you feel welcome and we make summat happen And we can’t seem to help it And if you’re looking from history, then yeah we’ve a wealth But the Manchester way is to make it yourself. And make us a record, a new number one And make us a brew while you’re up, love, go on And make us feel proud that you’re winning the league And make us sing louder and make us believe that this is the place that has helped shape the world And this is the place where a Manchester girl named Emmeline Pankhurst from the streets of Moss Side led a suffragette city with sisterhood pride And this is the place with appliance of science, we’re on it, atomic, we struck with defiance, and in the face of a challenge, we always stand tall, Mancunians, in union, delivered it all Such as housing and libraries and health, education and unions and co-ops and first railway stations So we’re sorry, bear with us, we invented commuters. But we hope you forgive us, we invented computers. And this is the place Henry Rice strolled with rolls, and we’ve rocked and we’ve rolled with our own northern soul And so this is the place to do business then dance, where go-getters and goal-setters know they’ve a chance And this is the place where we first played as kids. And me mum, lived and died here, she loved it, she did. And this is the place where our folks came to work, where they struggled in puddles, they hurt in the dirt and they built us a city, they built us these towns and they coughed on the cobbles to the deafening sound to the steaming machines and the screaming of slaves, they were scheming for greatness, they dreamed to their graves. And they left us a spirit. They left us a vibe. That Mancunian way to survive and to thrive and to work and to build, to connect, and create and Greater Manchester’s greatness is keeping it great. And so this is the place now with kids of our own. Some are born here, some drawn here, but they all call it home. And they’ve covered the cobbles, but they’ll never defeat, all the dreamers and schemers who still teem through these streets. Because this is a place that has been through some hard times: oppressions, recessions, depressions, and dark times. But we keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit. Northern grit, Northern wit, and Greater Manchester’s lyrics. And these hard times again, in these streets of our city, but we won’t take defeat and we don’t want your pity. Because this is a place where we stand strong together, with a smile on our face, greater Manchester forever. And we’ve got this place where a team with a dream can get funding and something to help with a scheme. Because this is a place that understands your grand plans. We don’t do “no can do” we just stress “yes we can” Forever Manchester’s a charity for people round here, you can fundraise, donate, you can be a volunteer. You can live local, give local, we can honestly say, we do charity different, that Mancunian way. And we fund local kids, and we fund local teams. We support local dreamers to work for their dreams. We support local groups and the great work they do. So can you help us. help local people like you? Because this is the place in our hearts, in our homes, because this is the place that’s a part of our bones. Because Greater Manchester gives us such strength from the fact that this is the place, we should give something back. Always remember, never forget, forever Manchester.

Powerful Poem About Manchester Read at Albert Square Vigil8m54s

Powerful Poem About Manchester Read at Albert Square Vigil

Hundreds of mourners gathered outside Manchester’s Town Hall on May 23, to honor the victims of a bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena the previous night. Mancunian poet Tony Walsh, who performs as Longfella, read his ode to the city, This Is the Place, before the large crowd. The poem reads, This is the place<br />In the northwest of England. It’s ace, it’s the best<br />And the songs that we sing from the stands, from our bands<br />Set the whole planet shaking.<br />Our inventions are legends. There’s nowt we can’t make, and so we make brilliant music<br />We make brilliant bands<br />We make goals that make souls leap from seats in the stands<br />And we make things from steel<br />And we make things from cotton<br />And we make people laugh, take the mick summat rotten<br />And we make you at home<br />And we make you feel welcome and we make summat happen<br />And we can’t seem to help it<br />And if you’re looking from history, then yeah we’ve a wealth<br />But the Manchester way is to make it yourself.<br />And make us a record, a new number one<br />And make us a brew while you’re up, love, go on<br />And make us feel proud that you’re winning the league<br />And make us sing louder and make us believe that this is the place that has helped shape the world<br />And this is the place where a Manchester girl named Emmeline Pankhurst from the streets of Moss Side led a suffragette city with sisterhood pride<br />And this is the place with appliance of science, we’re on it, atomic, we struck with defiance, and in the face of a challenge, we always stand tall, Mancunians, in union, delivered it all<br />Such as housing and libraries and health, education and unions and co-ops and first railway stations<br />So we’re sorry, bear with us, we invented commuters. But we hope you forgive us, we invented computers.<br />And this is the place Henry Rice strolled with rolls, and we’ve rocked and we’ve rolled with our own northern soul<br />And so this is the place to do business then dance, where go-getters and goal-setters know they’ve a chance<br />And this is the place where we first played as kids. And me mum, lived and died here, she loved it, she did.<br />And this is the place where our folks came to work, where they struggled in puddles, they hurt in the dirt and they built us a city, they built us these towns and they coughed on the cobbles to the deafening sound to the steaming machines and the screaming of slaves, they were scheming for greatness, they dreamed to their graves.<br />And they left us a spirit. They left us a vibe. That Mancunian way to survive and to thrive and to work and to build, to connect, and create and Greater Manchester’s greatness is keeping it great.<br />And so this is the place now with kids of our own. Some are born here, some drawn here, but they all call it home.<br />And they’ve covered the cobbles, but they’ll never defeat, all the dreamers and schemers who still teem through these streets.<br />Because this is a place that has been through some hard times: oppressions, recessions, depressions, and dark times.<br />But we keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit. Northern grit, Northern wit, and Greater Manchester’s lyrics.<br />And these hard times again, in these streets of our city, but we won’t take defeat and we don’t want your pity.<br />Because this is a place where we stand strong together, with a smile on our face, greater Manchester forever.<br />And we’ve got this place where a team with a dream can get funding and something to help with a scheme.<br />Because this is a place that understands your grand plans. We don’t do “no can do” we just stress “yes we can”<br />Forever Manchester’s a charity for people round here, you can fundraise, donate, you can be a volunteer. You can live local, give local, we can honestly say, we do charity different, that Mancunian way.<br />And we fund local kids, and we fund local teams. We support local dreamers to work for their dreams. We support local groups and the great work they do. So can you help us. help local people like you?<br />Because this is the place in our hearts, in our homes, because this is the place that’s a part of our bones.<br />Because Greater Manchester gives us such strength from the fact that this is the place, we should give something back.<br />Always remember, never forget, forever Manchester.

Incredible Version of 3m48s

Incredible Version of "Angry Black Women" Poem for Black History Month

Information: DeKalb High School Sophomores recite a poem, "Angry Black Women," at the 2016 Black History Month assembly. This impassioned performance gives chills, especially when the performers recite the final verses in unison. Occurred: February 24, 2016 / DeKalb, IL

ViralHog
Published: February 25, 2016Updated: February 26, 201621 views