Archive Monthly Archives: September 2017

Day 27 of 90 : My View of Fatherhood by Amanda Jones

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Day 27 of 90 – My view of fatherhood by Amanda JonesThere is something special about a father’s love,Almost like a representation of God above.It gives a feeling of protection,And also a sense of direction.There’s an open line of communication,For heart to heart moments of expression.And I value the words of commendation,When my father says, […]

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Day 26 of 90: United Against Alzheimer’s by Amanda Jones

Alzheimer's

Day 26 of 90 – United Against Alzheimer’sAlzheimer’s is a type of dementia,That causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease,As over time it generally affects cognitive abilities.Aging is the greatest known risk factor,With the majority of cases being sixty-five and over. However this isn’t a disease that only old persons can get,For […]

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Day 25 of 90: Writing Away Writer’s Block by Amanda Jones

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Day 25 of 90 – Writing Away Writer’s BlockRight now on my thoughts and ideas there is a lock,I guess I’m coming down with a case of writer’s block.Right now I feel like there isn’t a creative bone in my body,Seems like writer’s block is trying to overtake me.It’s day twenty five and I need […]

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Day 24 of 90: Republic Day in Trinidad and Tobago by Amanda Jones

Trinidad and Tobago

Day 24 of 90 – Republic Day in Trinidad and TobagoOnce upon a time, over Trinidad and Tobago, the Queen of England ruled,And the ways and the customs of the British we were schooled.However, fourteen years after independence was granted to us,It was decided that we should have Republican status.This meant, to the queen, citizens […]

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Day 23 of 90: Yerette- Home of the Hummingbird by Amanda Jones

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Day 23 of 90 – Yerette : Home of the HummingbirdIf you haven’t visited a hummingbird haven as yet,You should visit, Home of the Hummingbird, Yerette.Nestled in the Northern Range of our country,This feature lies in the lush Maracas valley.While it is the host for endless hummingbird action,It has become a leading tourist attraction.Nature lovers […]

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Day 22 of 90: Why blue? Why a circle? by Amanda Jones

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Day 22 of 90 – Why blue? Why a circle?This bit of information is for those who may not know,That a blue circle is the International Diabetes Federation’s official logo.Born out of a United Nation’s Resolution on diabetes in 2006,To World Diabetes Day this logo was affixed.A logo gives recognition and marketplace visibility,And this places […]

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Day 21 of 90: An ode to my writing pad by Amanda Jones

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Day 21 of 90 – An Ode To My Writing PadOh writing pad, oh writing pad,I apologize if I made you sad.Yesterday I did a ‘live’ reading from my phone,And I left you on the table all alone.You are the one with whom I exchange my thoughts,And compositions, like this, we often bring forth.Yesterday my […]

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Day 20 of 90: Trinidad and Tobago – Our home to love

Trinidad and Tobago

Day 20 of 90 – Trinidad and Tobago: Our home to loveTrinidad and Tobago are two islands of one nation,A beautiful place to live, or have an idyllic vacation.Its shores are caressed by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean,Just off the northeast coast of Venezuela, you’ll find its location.Multicultural and multiethnic is the description […]

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Day 19 of 90: The La Brea Pitch Lake by Amanda Jones

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Day 19 of 90 – The La Brea Pitch LakeIn this British adventurer’s quest to find El Dorado, the city of gold,He, Sir Walter Raleigh, rediscovered what is called the 8th wonder of the world.The early Amerindians believed it was God’s penalty,For eating humming birds which were treated sacredly.Covering about 109 acres of what may […]

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Day 18 of 90: Rest should be a consenting choice by Amanda Jones

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Day 18 of 90 – Rest Should Be A Consenting ChoiceVery often our body talks to us,And it’s a voice we should learn to trust.Because overworking seems to be the norm,We ignore that inner voice in order to conform.Just like recharging a depleted battery is necessary to its function,Our body also needs recharging to avoid […]

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