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11 months 2 weeks ago #368971 by chairman
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come back kwami

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11 months 1 week ago - 11 months 1 week ago #369283 by ketchim
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Kwami prolly looking after his Dad after Providence rehab care.

mapoui wrote: kwami score ah double an' he not here to celebrate ::confused::

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11 months 5 days ago #369400 by chairman
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Good morning

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11 months 3 days ago #369424 by chairman
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Good morning

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10 months 1 week ago - 10 months 1 week ago #370232 by ketchim
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mapoui wrote: Wilson Harris......a great one!
bwoy allyuh lil bush colony produce a lot a people eh. mus' be the fig! :D

Mapoui, 2019 TnT Carnival included his book as its theme for Mas !

globalvoices.org/2019/03/08/a-palace-on-...d-tobagos-carnival/#

This is “Palace of the Peacock”, a mas[querade] by Alan Vaughan’s Moko Sõmõkow band, based on Harris’
dense, beautiful and wildly ambitious novel of the same name.

Why a novel? Why bring a “mas” based on a book?
And a book by an author with a style as dense as Wilson Harris’?

Why? Because this is a book that teaches us to levitate.

Everywhere in Harris’ book, we are asked to look up. At the sky, at the sun, at swinging gates, at trees, birds,
waterfalls, stars, comets, at dangling nooses, up ladders, and even at houses built on stilts.
So, too, do we now look up to these mokos.

“The whispering trees spin their leaves to a sudden fall wherein the ground seemed to grow
lighter in my mind and to move to meet them in the air”
(“Palace of the Peacock”, p. 28).
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10 months 1 week ago - 10 months 1 week ago #370236 by ketchim
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ketchim wrote: Look at this, I skipped PIANO classes for Cricket and my classmate Loris, stuck it out

www.lorisholland.com/
this classmate was something else ! I really should make an effort to hook up in NY

Loris' success in the music industry has stemmed from musical training that began at the early age of two.
He excelled as a pianist through his boyhood years, performed with a variety of popular bands from age 10
and then completed his formal training at the Royal Schools of Music in London, England
and at the Aaron Copeland School of Music (CUNY) in New York.

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