Looking to Heal OUR Own [Learning] Difference Through Poetry

Cook’s Poetry https://www.canva.com/design/DAD8n1qeZeM/Q1WIU0iM3PtuoApa7XnkFQ/view?utm_content=DAD8n1qeZeM&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink

If you only identify to traditional poetry, you will only see a few in this collection. There is more examples of Free Verse Poetry (yes…I real form of poetry). If you need help finding the beauty in this poetry, think out of the box and being able to set your own rhyme, meter, and pattern or even better being free to have none at all. Also, you can contact me and I’ll explain the beauty in every single one of these poems. My email is: tcooktutoring@gmail.com.

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Image (above/below): provided by a virtual field trip to https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/current-exhibitions

Use of my students own artwork:

Use of my own students graphic design:

Why Poetry?

If you have dyslexia, like myself, you actually create a 3D images before you get to work on something. This is because we have visual-spacial, inductive reasoning and strong evaluative skills; likewise, creativity, imagination and innovation is through the roof with someone with dyslexia. The logic-of-evaluation includes a sense of size, shape, color and dimension. True FACT: More than 50% of NASA employees are dyslexic, hired for their superior problem-solving and spacial awareness skills. This is why common occupations of those with dyslexia include the following: map makers; artist; interior designers; chefs; actors; VG technology and IT- internet/web development; print and broadcast media; marketing and advertising; athletes; manufacturing; assembly and industry; commercial driving; and skilled trades. Poets?…Learn more HERE.

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Looking to Heal Your Own Learning Difference: Let’s create something together.

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